About Me

 

Diana Noland, MPH RDN IFMNP LD

Integrative & Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy

BIO

Diana is owner of an Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy private practice  in Burbank, California. She is one of the emerging Functional Nutrition Practitioners and educators skilled in an integrative and functional medicine approach to the nutritional imbalances characteristic of chronic disease. She was a prior recipient of the DIFM Excellence in Clinical Practice Award in 2010 and DIFM Lifetime Achievement Award 2015.  Diana is a Board Certified in Clinical Nutrition (CCN) and an Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) Certification Candidate, she is trained in the study of nutrition, supplements, nutrigenomics and specialty functional testing. She is a sought after international speaker and educator on the benefits and concerns using integrative and functional nutrition. Diana served on the faculty of the Institute for Functional Medicine where she developed and chaired the IFM Nutrition Advisory Board 2006-2009. Diana has authored many articles and chapters in nutrition professional and lay publications. She was instrumental in coordinating the curriculum development for an integrative nutrition track in the dietetics internship graduate program at KUMC, and Graduate Certificate in Dietetics and Integrative Medicine (12 hours), in collaboration with KUMC Dietetics and Nutrition and KU Integrative Medicine Clinic, described in the eBook: Dietetics and Integrative Medicine: A Curriculum Development Model (2016). She is Co-Editor  Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices (Springer-Humana 2020).

EDUCATION
B.S. University of Utah, Chemistry and Foods & Nutrition, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

M.P.H. Loma Linda University, Public Health Nutrition, Loma Linda, CA

ADA 12-month Dietetic Internship: Loma Linda University (President of the Dietetic Internship Class)

 

University of Hawaii, Food Science Studies (participation in first food irradiation research)
 

CNCB Post Graduate Studies in Clinical Nutrition™ (56 Hours), www.cncb.org

IFMCP The IFM Certification Program (IFMCP) provides the most comprehensive training available in Functional Medicine certified by Exam and Continuing Ed. Completion of Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) course and all six individual Functional Medicine Advanced Practice Modules (APMs): GI, Environmental Health (formerly Detox), Immune, Hormone, Cardiometabolic, and Bioenergetics (formerly Energy). www.functionalmedicine.org


Metabolic Typing Practitioner, Certification. Personalized Metabolic Nutrition, Feb 2005

First Line Therapy Practitioner Certificate, Metagenics, 2004

Certified Diabetes Education Training, Northridge Hospital, 1990.

PROFESSIONAL LICENSE AND BOARD CERTIFICATION

  • Registered Dietitian (RD), Commission on Dietetic Registration #367490, American Dietetic Association (www.eatright.org Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics)

  • Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN) #3793, Clinical Nutrition Certification Board (www.cncb.org )

  • Licensed Dietitian (LD), (Kansas) #1722


AWARDS

  • Recipient of the "Lifetime Achievement Award", ADA DPG: Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Medicine (DIFM), ADA FNCE Nashville, TN, October 2015.

  • Recipient of the "Excellence in Clinical Practice Award", ADA DPG: Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Medicine (DIFM), ADA FNCE Boston 2010.

Memberships

Publications

  • JADA June 2011 DIFM SOP/SOPP

  • Noland D, Raj S. 2018 revision of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Standards of Practice and
    Standards of Professional Performance for registered dietitians (competent, proficient, and expert) in
    Integrative and Functional Medicine. JAND 2019.

  • Noland D, et al. Dietetic in Integrative Medicine: Curriculum Development Model eTextbook 2016.

  • The Next Generation of Dietitians: Implementing Dietetics Education and Practice in
    Integrative Medicine”, J Am Coll Nutr. 2015 Sep-Oct;34(5):430-5.

  • Chapter 3: Inflammation and the pathophysiology of chronic disease”;
    "Appendix 30", Krause’s Diet Therapy and the Nutrition Care Process, 14thh Edition, K. Mahan, J. Redmond, co-editors, Elsevier 2016.

  • Noland D, Pugh GF. Balancing Your Gut: Functional Medicine in Celiac Disease. In Real
    Life with Celiac Disease: Troubleshooting and Thriving Gluten-Free. AGA Press, Bethesda, MD. 2010, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, www.celiacnow.org , June 2013.

  • Chapter 8: Detoxification, AAPI’s Nutrition Guide: Optimal Health: Using Principles of Functional and Nutritional Genomics”, Feb 2012 (eBook).

  • Co-author: Ford D. Raj S, Batheja R, DeBusk R, Grotto D, Noland D, Redmond E, Swift K. American Dietetic Association: Standards of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for registered dietitians (competent, proficient, and expert) in Integrative and Functional Medicine. J Am Diet Assoc. 2011;111:902-913.

  • Chapter 42: Balancing Your Gut: Functional Medicine in Celiac Disease”, Real Life
    With Celiac Disease: Troubleshooting and Thriving Gluten Free, American Gastroenterological
    Association, 2010. www.gastro.org/publications

  • Chapter 6: Clinical: Inflammation, Physical and Functional Assessment:
    Functional Medicine Approach To Nutrition Assessment” and "Appendix 30", Krause’s Food & Nutrition
    Therapy, 13thh Edition, K. Mahan, S. Escott-Stump, J. Redmond, co-editors, Elsevier 2011.

  • Noland, D. Contributing Author, “ How to Enter the Functional Medicine Nutrition Market”, The
    Competitive Edge: Advanced Marketing for Dietetics Professionals, Third Edition, Kathy King, Editor,
    2010
    Noland, D. Contributing Author, “ Functional Nutrition Therapy Case Study”, The Entrepreneurial
    Nutritionist, Fourth Edition, Kathy King, Editor, 2010.

CONTACT ME

818-840-8098   diana@diananoland.com

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1812 W Burbank Blvd. #1018
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Noland Nutrition BLOG

Integrative & Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy

The primary objectives for YOU and

Noland Nutrition are:

#1 identify nutritional influences on your health condition so you can know how to correct any nutritional imbalances to optimize your metabolism

and

#2 identify lifestyle factors that effect your nutrition status and health condition to know where to focus your behavior to optimize your health

Diana provides a partnership with each client/patient to achieve these two goals using biochemistry, blood tests, medical and dietary history, anthropometrics, nutrigenomics and mind-body connections with those seeking answers.