Wendy Baruchowitz

Wendy Baruchowitz

Integrated Nutrition And Health Counselor

Following a 15-year-career in human resource management, Wendy Baruchowitz is now an integrative nutritionist specializing in working with patients who have dysautonomia and other autoimmune diseases. She produced a short film about POTS - postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome - which is a disorder of the autonomic nervous system. Wendy is on the patient advisory board of Dysautonomia International and is a frequent speaker in the area of patient education, raising awareness about POTS. She has had her clean food recipes featured in numerous publications, and has given lectures and demonstrations on creating delicious, healthful meals. Wendy is the owner of Food That Cares and founded the charity organization POTS Take a Stand

Articles by Wendy Baruchowitz:

Living with POTS – The Ignored Nervous System Disorder

5 comments on “Wendy Baruchowitz

  1. I need help. My daughter sounds just like u. We finally got a diagnosis but she lives in LA and I live in St. Louis. She may need home heath care and our pocket books are slowley being emptied with all the day help for the kids. Her husband has to work full time. I am afraid she is dying. I don’t know how to help

  2. Hi Wendy, I have a similar story to yours of developing POTS while pregnant and now had it for 9 years. Diet and Pilates has really helped me, not cured, but POTS more manageable, but still struggle in the warmer weather. I am also thinking about studying nutrition and writing a cookbook on what has helped me to help others. So encouraging to read your story, thankyou!!

  3. Hi Wendy I have been diagnosed with POTS as well I live in Canada and no Doctor can seem to help. Please can you contact with your exercise regime and diet. Thank you

  4. Hi Wendy! I don’t know if you read these, but I just turned 20 and have had POTS (progressively worse) for probably about as long as I can recall. I read your article and was wondering if you could help me on the food front. I’m also a recovered anorexic, and my docs have been all but useless. Thanks! Stay strong!

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