Certified Nutritionist with a Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Counseling
Described by her clients as a walking encyclopedia on nutrition, Jennifer Adler is a recognized food expert, chef and founder of Passionate Nutrition, a nutrition practice with eight locations throughout the Puget Sound. Jennifer promotes a delicious and whole person approach to health, and provides individual and family nutrition counseling. By introducing people to healthier food options and explaining the science behind those choices, Jennifer empowers clients to develop a more conscious and nourishing relationship with food.
When she is not harvesting her own seaweed or foraging mushrooms or wild greens, you can find her working with clients and teaching cooking and nutrition classes throughout the Northwest.
Jennifer is a Certified Nutritionist in the State of Washington, an adjunct faculty member at Bastyr University, and co-founder of the International Eating Disorders Institute. She holds a Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Counseling from Bastyr University, a Graduate Certificate in Spirituality, Health and Medicine, and was trained at the School of Natural Cookery in Boulder, Co. Jennifer currently divides her time between Bainbridge Island and Seattle, and can be found admiring the watery view and creating new recipes during her ferry commute.
Please contact Jennifer at: 206.595.0376 or book an appointment online.
What Clients Are Saying
Jennifer acknowledged my current efforts in such a remarkable and kind way. Providers usually don’t look at what you’re doing right, only at what you’re doing wrong. I actually left the appointment feeling like change was possible.
“I’ve been overweight all my life. Every appointment I’ve had regarding this problem from early youth until earlier yesterday has been largely degrading and horribly shaming — usually leaving me feeling much worse about the situation than before I went to seek help. I always left with a pretty bleak outlook. Jennifer acknowledged my current efforts in such a remarkable and kind way. Providers usually don’t look at what you’re doing right, only at what you’re doing wrong. I actually left the appointment feeling like change was possible.”
- Johanna Perri, private practice client