Dr. Albert Grazia received his PhD degree in health sciences from Rutgers University, School of Biomedical and Health Sciences. He also has a Master of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. He is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Bridgeport, Hum...
Dr. Albert Grazia received his PhD degree in health sciences from Rutgers University, School of Biomedical and Health Sciences. He also has a Master of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. He is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Bridgeport, Human Nutrition Institute, teaching Nutritional Therapeutics in both the on line and on campus graduate nutrition program. In addition, he teaches Nutrition to nursing students at Adelphi University, School of Nursing and Public Health. Dr. Grazia also teaches Anatomy and Physiology at Nassau Community College, Department of Allied Health Sciences. He is a former Associate Dean of New York College of Health Professions, School of Massage Therapy.
Dr. Albert Grazia is a Clinical Nutritionist and has been practicing nutrition and natural healing for over twenty years. As doctor, from Latin means teacher, Dr. Grazia considers it his primary mission to teach people healing using natural methods. He strongly believes in the body's tremendous ability to heal itself, and the need for people to be active participants in promoting their own wellness.
He completed an internship with naturopath Dr. Chester Yozwick. In addition, he has studied with the renowned natural healer Dr. Richard Schulze. As a student of Dr. Schulze's methods, he learned not only herbology, but also the same powerful natural healing techniques that Dr. Schulze incorporated in his many years of clinical practice. Dr. Grazia also utilizes this program in his nutrition practice.
A typical consultation with Dr. Grazia begins with a review of the client's current problems, nutritional state, and health goals. He also believes that detoxification is the cornerstone of a nutritional healing program. When this is accomplished, the body's natural energies are freed to help promote health.
Education in proper nutrition and healthy eating, including the use of a natural whole food supplement, is the next step. In most cases, especially where there is severe illness, juicing with fresh fruits and vegetables is another component of the healing process. Finally, Dr. Grazia explains the principles of stimulating and enhancing immune function
Dr. Albert Grazia is dedicated to helping people achieve their wellness goals, and is particularly devoted to the encouragement and education of those who have been diagnosed as seriously or terminally ill, or who have been told that there is nothing that modern medicine can do for them. He firmly believes that nutritional healing has a great deal to offer these individuals, whether for relief, healing or simply empowerment in a situation that has made them feel hopeless.
Dr. Albert Grazia also volunteers his time as a lecturer to a variety of organizations, such as cancer support groups. He speaks on subjects such as nutrition and how it relates to cancer, heart disease, metabolic syndrome and diabetes.