Kelly Dorfman is a nutrition detective who works collaboratively with other medical professionals around the country to help people with complex ailments and symptoms. After thirty years of listening to clients describe their situations, she knows how to identify core issues quickly. She then carefully employs tried-and-true strategies grounded in research to attain the best results over time.
Kelly's special talent for integrating information from many sources and finding practical solutions has made her a popular speaker and workshop leader. She has lectured extensively throughout the United States and has been featured on numerous television programs including CNN's American Morning and Fox News.
One of Kelly's special interests is children. Her book, What's Eating Your Child? The hidden connections between food and childhood ailments, was published by Workman Press in June 2011. Publishers Weekly's rave review claimed the book was full of "fascinating and potentially life-changing advice." What's Eating Your Child? is now a 2012 Nautilus Award Gold Winner. In addition, Kelly co-founded the non-profit organization Developmental Delay Resources (DDR). The purpose of DDR is to educate parents, teachers and health professionals who deal with children facing attention, behavior and cognitive challenges.
As a go-to expert on nutrition issues, Kelly is frequently featured in magazine and newspaper articles. Marguerite Kelly wrote in the Washington Post, "her insights are excellent, and her advice is just what you need." (June 2011) Look for her column about supplements in Living Without magazine.
Kelly has a master's degree in nutrition/biology and is a licensed nutritionist dietitian in Maryland and the District of Columbia. She resides in Maryland with her husband and has three children.