Diane Javelli, RDCD, is a clinical dietitian at the UWMC. She has worked in the Nutrition Clinic for 20 years. Diane specializes in gastrointestinal disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBD), celiac disease, and gastroparesis (delayed gastric emptying), as well as recovery from esophageal cancer surgery. She has a special interest in working with people who have Crohn’s disease and colitis as part of the IBD Center at UWMC.
Diane understands how frustrating sorting out diet information can be. She likes helping people find the right diet to achieve and maintain good health.
Diane has worked as a freelance writer and authored the chapter “Diet and Nutrition in the Treatment of Crohn’s Disease” in the textbook Crohn’s Disease: Basic Principles.
In her free time, Diane enjoys hiking, cycling, reading, and cooking. She is an avid tennis player and competes on as many teams as time allows. Most of all, she is passionate about spending time with her husband, sons, dog, kitty, and friends.
Education and Training
Central Washington University
Medical Education, 1987, Dietitian
Dietition, Registered, 1990, Commission on Dietetic Registration