Nutrition Counseling to build a healthy relationship with food, body, and self
Eating Disorder Recovery
General Nutrition for Wellness
Body Image Concerns
Meal & Snack Planning
Teran Guyton Moon MS, RDN, LDN, CEDRD
Owner and Nutrition Therapist
For over 25 years, I have been privileged to provide individualized nutrition counseling as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) in the east Tennessee area. I am also a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD).
I completed my Bachelor of Science in Dietetics at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Mississippi and obtained my Master of Science in Nutrition with a minor in Exercise Science while completing a Dietetic Internship from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
I enjoy working with children, adolescents and adults. My specialties include eating disorder recovery, non-diet nutrition counseling, sports nutrition, family nutrition, and medical nutrition therapy for overall wellness.
My passion is to help you identify realistic steps that will allow you to make positive and sustainable changes that support both your physical and emotional well-being.
During COVID-19, I am providing telehealth via a HIPAA compliant platform in Tennessee and Kentucky. I am also seeing clients in person.
As a licensed nutrition therapist, my desire
is to help you develop your ability to connect with and honor your body's individual needs for nourishment and joyful movement.
I believe in a non-diet, evidence-based approach to nutrition and wellness. Since you are a whole person with unique needs, your preferences, genetics and lifestyle must be considered when working to create long lasting change that is in accordance with your values.
Since thoughts, feelings, and emotions often have a great impact on eating behaviors, exploring them with self-compassion instead of guilt and shame is essential for sustainable changes to occur. I look forward to helping you overcome your obstacles and develop a nourishing relationship with your body and food.
"If what you are doing for your physical health is negatively impacting your mental, emotional, or social health, it’s not healthy anymore."