Vegan/Vegetarian Registered Dietitians & Nutritionists in Tennessee
Welcome! We offer online consultations with a dietitian/nutritionist for anyone who is or wants to be vegetarian or vegan.
No matter if you live in Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, or somewhere else in Tennessee, our online dietitians can help modify your nutrition and attain a healthy plant-based diet!
IBS & Digestive Vegan Dietitian
If you're struggling with plant-based diets or digestion/IBS issues, working with a licensed nutritionist can help improve your quality of life.
If you're thinking about switching to a vegan diet or are already vegan, or considering a vegetarian lifestyle find out which healthier choices might work best for you.
Vegan Pregnancy Nutritionist
Make sure you're intaking enough protein and nutrients from vitamin-rich foods to support your baby's growth during pregnancy.
Vegan Sports Nutrition
Change your vegan diet to include the right supplements so that you can see results from your workouts.
Vegan Toddler/ Child / Adolescent Nutrition
Your plant based dietitan can give you helpfl tips to tweak your famililies nutrition.
Vegan Eating Disorders Recovery
End your unhealthy relationship with food by talking to a vegan dietitian. You deserve to lead a happier life.
Vegan Intuitive Eating
Discover how to sustain a hearty, vegan diet while managing your relationship with food.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between vegan dietitians, nutritionists and coaches?
If you want to become a dietitian in the United States, you’ll need at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
A vegan coach or nutritionist does not have to follow an intense program, and private insurance usually covers a consultation with a vegan dietitian.
Note that we use the terms “vegan nutritionist” and “vegan dietitian” interchangeably for easier online search results.
Frequently Asked Questions to our vegan nutritionist in Tennessee
A vegan diet is one that omits all animal products, including meat, poultry, seafood, dairy, and eggs. But what do experts have to say about it?
A well-balanced vegan diet can be healthy, according to the academy of nutrition and dietetics. Your plant-based registered dietician can help you ensure this is the case.
Can the dietician help me transition to a whole food plant-based diet?
We wholeheartedly believe that if you eat a plant-based diet the right way, it can do wonders for your health. We can definitely assist you in your transition.
Can the Nashville nutritionist/dietitian help me if I don’t live in that specific city?
Yes, our consultations are completely online! Even if your nutritionist live in Nashville, TN, she can still do consultations with you through the internet. And even if you don’t live in the same city as the Nashville nutritionist, she will always give recommendations based on ingredients that can be found where you’re living.
Seeing a vegan nutritionist in person vs. having virtual nutrition coaching – which one will get better results?
We offer the same quality of information and support that you would receive from any other in-person provider. In addition, we use software tools to ensure that we give you the best service possible based on your individual needs.
Vegan food in Tennessee
Being vegan can feel lonely at times, join the Facebook group Vegan Tennessee, to find a community of like-minded individuals.
In 2019, Peta put Nashville on the top 10 on the vegan-friendly list!
Make sure to also check out Nashville’s Vegfest!
What are some other common things vegan nutritionists in Tennesse help with?
Meet LisaMarie our vegan nutritionist and dietitian in Tennessee!
Education: Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
What motivated you to become a dietitian: I have always loved the medical field and grew up in a home that emphasized the importance of lifestyle medicine. In nursing school I started to understand the correlation between nutrition and disease. In 2016, I accidentally discovered dietetics and have been in love with this profession ever since. I love the way nutrition impacts our physical and mental wellbeing. I love the community and culture that surrounds our food. I love that sitting around a table or cooking in the kitchen brings people together. And it is exhilarating to learn about other cultures through their unique palates.
I believe nutrition is fundamentally and singularly the most important aspect of our health, directly increasing our quality of life.
Nutrition has become my passion and purpose in life. I love supporting people like yourself on your journey towards wholistic health and long term wellness.
When did you become plant-based: My family has always been vegetarian and over the years slowly transitioned to vegan. In 2014, I left my vegan diet for a little while until my health forced me to learn the importance of a plant based approach. I have been plant-based ever since.
Why are you plant-based: I am plant based for my health and longevity, for the benefit of the environment, and to oppose animal cruelty. I am plant-based because this lifestyle aligns with my core values.
License to practice # 4413 Tennessee Board of Dietitian/Nutritionist Examiners, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Licence to practice in everywhere in Tennessee.
Insurance receipts will be given after the session.
Feel your best with the help of a vegan Tennessee nutritionist!
Book a FREE discovery call with a dietitian!
If you are ready to make sustainable changes and follow a vega/vegetarian diet, contact us.
There’s no pressure or obligation to book a follow-up consultation!
Let’s just chat and see if we can help!