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A Little Pinch Of Me

Chloe Paddison Eddleman is the founder and lead dietitian for Cureative Nutrition. She completed her dietetic residency in personalized nutrition and counseling at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Chloe received her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics with a minor in Health Promotion from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina.  Chloe expanded on her love for food and nutrition by training under chefs in San Francisco, England and Australia, developing her passion for whole-food based nutrition practices. Chloe has over 10 years of experience in nutrition with a primary focus in intuitive eating psychology, working with individuals to develop a new mindset for sustainable change.


Chloe is the founder of Cureative Nutrition, a private practice offering personalized nutrition counseling, culinary therapy, recipe development, and motivational public speaking engagements. In 2015, Chloe was asked to present as one of three panelists, alongside Dr. T Collin Campbell, nutrition expert and author of The China Study, at the film release of Fed Up, a documentary exploring the controversies of added sugar in the diet. Chloe is the former dietitian for Memorial Health University’s Bariatric department in Savannah and currently practices for St. Joseph’s Candler in the Center for Disease Management, specializing in the lifestyle management of diabetes and obesity. Chloe consults for various corporations and clinics, including Arcadia Hospice and most recently, Memorial Health Hospital in Savannah, developing and coordinating their new grant-funded Lifestyle Medicine Clinic. Chloe is currently working to open, RiverWell Holistic, the first wellness retreat center in Savannah, GA to host wellness seeking clients from around the world. 


Chloe enjoys motivating and inspiring individuals to achieve their optimal health and wellbeing by teaching accountability and the ability to take responsibility of the lifestyle factors affecting their health. Chloe's mission is to inspire her clients to make nutrition and mental well-being a priority in their life. She helps each client learn to coexist their health and wellness needs with the demands of their personal and professional lives. 

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Chloe P. Eddleman, RDN, LD
Founder & Lead Dietitian 

"Beautiful women don't diet, beautiful women learn to cook food."
-Candice Kumai 
"No other species cooks. When we learned to cook is when we became human." 
-Michael Pollen 

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