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  • Cureative | Cureative Nutrition | United States

    The Center for Disordered Eating Therapy Intuitive Eating | Eating Disorder Recovery SHOP 912-547-7282 Client Portal Login © 2015 by Cureative Nutrition

  • About | cureativenutrition

    Taste Our Vision! Learn More About Chloe Meet the Team! Cureative Nutrition is a private practice founded and operated by registered dietitian nutritionists (RDN). We provide nutrition counseling and a variety of customized services to help individuals and businesses meet health and wellness goals. This practice is built on the idea of helping you establish elevated control of your personal food behaviors and on inspiring a diverse relationship with food. A relationship that encourages you to use the many incredible properties of food to optimize your everyday mental and physical health. The root of our name is a blend of curate + cure + creative - we carefully and creatively curate the health information and strategies we present to each individual client. We practice on the basis of welcoming and respecting all characteristics of food – comfort, entertainment, creativity, social gathering and nourishing fuel. The diet culture we live in today often tells us to strip away the enjoyable characteristics of food, to fight our human nature and our deeply rooted relationship with food. Your food consumption must involve intentional and purposeful actions, but food should be savored, not feared. We focus on education and strategy. We work with our clients to optimize their relationship with food and their body. Eat for a purpose and to enjoy it in the process. Start your journey with us today! ​ ​ Savor the day, it is a delicacy! -Chloe Featured In: Click the image to read the article Eat This, Not That: Beets Smart Living: Is Chocolate Healthy for You? Smart Living: How to Reduce Sugar in the Diet Eat This, Not That: The Best Snacks at Aldi Milk & Honey Blog: Traveling with Diabetes Smart Living: The Benefits of Fiber Smart Living: The Skinny on Diabetes Risk WRUU Live Talk Show Interview Eat This, Not That: Lentils The Skinnie: How to Make Sustainable Change Smart Living: What is an RMR Test? WTOC: SJCHS medical professionals talk with Senator Warnock about the cost of insulin WTOC: Chloe Paddison on back to school healthy lunch

  • About Chloe | cureativenutrition

    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. 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

  • Offerings | cureativenutrition

    Let's get ! Client Testimonials Dietitian Access What We Offer: click to learn more Personalized Nutrition Counseling Culinary Therapy Speaking Engagements Corporate Nutrition & Wellness Menu Design + Nutrition Data INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR ​ Contact Us!

  • Orange Chia Marmalade | cureativenutrition

    Back Orange Chia Marmalade Ingredients: 2 large navel oranges 1 tablespoon minced orange peel 1 tablespoon honey, or more to taste if needed 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, or more to taste if needed 1 tablespoon chia seeds Juice from 1/2 of a large lemon Directions: 1. Peel orange skin using a vegetable peeler. Remove any reaming pith from inside of skin using a sharp knife. Mince peel, reserving a few thin strips for garnish. ​ 2. Make sure there is no skin/pith left on oranges. Roughly chop oranges and transfer to sauce pan with all other ingredients. Bring to a boil and reduce to simmer until oranges are broken down and mixture consistency resembles jam. Stir constantly and mash oranges in the process. ​ 3. Taste and adjust as needed. Add more honey or vanilla. ​ 4. Transfer to glass jar with remaining orange rind and allow to set in refrigerator over night.

  • Pork Rind Parmesan-Encrusted Nuggets | cureativenutrition

    Back Pork Rind Parmesan-Encrusted Nuggets ​ INGREDIENTS: 1 large, raw chicken breast, cut into ½ cubes 1 cup ground/crushed pork rinds (we used an all-natural salt and pepper flavored, see picture) ½ cup finely grated parmesan cheese 1 whole egg, scrambled 1 tablespoon deli mustard (check to make sure it is sugar-free) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Combine finely crushed pork rinds and parmesan cheese in a bowl and mix to evenly combine. Scramble the egg with the mustard in a separate bowl. Grease a baking sheet with olive oil (we use spray olive oil to evenly coat). Dip each raw chicken nugget in the mustard/egg mixture and transfer to pork rinds to bread. Gently toss in the dry mixture to evenly coat the chicken. Repeat for each chicken nugget and place of the baking sheet at least ½ inch from the other. Spray the tops of the nuggets with olive oil and place in oven. Bake for 25 minutes. At the 10-15 minute marker, remove tray from oven and flip nuggets over to evenly brown on both sides. Enjoy with ranch or a condiment of your choice (we chose guacamole)!

  • Simple Braised Kale with Apples & Almond | cureativenutrition

    Back Simple Braised Kale with Apples & Almonds INGREDIENTS: 4 cups trimmed and roughly chopped kale 1/2 medium onion, roughly chopped 1 small apple, diced 1/4 cup water 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 tablespoons red wine vinegar 1/8 teaspoon cayenne, or more to taste 1-2 pinches salt 1/4 cup almonds, roughly chopped for garnish DIRECTIONS: 1. Rinse kale and do not dry. 2. Heat olive oil in pot over medium-high heat. Add onion and cook until it begins to brown around the edges. Add red wine vinegar to deglaze the pot. ​ 3. Add kale to pot and stir. Add 1/4 cup water and cook, stirring occasionally. 4. Add spices, stirring to evenly combine. 5. Add diced apple. Continue to cook, stirring frequently. Cook until all kale is wilted and all liquid is absorbed. 6. Transfer to serving dish and garnish with chopped almonds. **This side dish would make a beautiful bed for chicken or fish with a side of sweet potatoes!

  • Herb Glazed Chicken | cureativenutrition

    Back Herb Glazed Chicken, Apple & Butternut Squash Skewers with Sautéed Leeks and Pomegranate Seeds Recipe featured in the Intuitive Cooking and Eating Summit INGREDIENTS: ​ For the Glazed Chicken: 3 large boneless skinless chicken breasts 1/3 cup olive oil 1/4 cup high quality honey Juice from 2 large oranges 1/4 cup high quality yellow mustard 1/2 cup fresh minced rosemary, plus extra for garnish 2 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoons Himalayan sea salt For the Roasted Apple and Butternut Squash: 3 large apples, cubed with skin left on 1 large medium squash, peeled, gutted and cubed 3 tablespoons fresh peeled and grated ginger 1.5 teaspoons cinnamon 3 tablespoons high quality honey 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon paprika, or to taste For the Garnish: 1 pomegranate, seeds removed and flesh discarded (you can buy pomegranate seeds that have already been harvested). 1 large leek, thinly sliced 1 tablespoons butter Pinch of salt 2 tablespoons honey (for plate garnish) 2 tablespoons yellow mustard (for plate garnish) Other things to include: Long wooden skewers DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. ​ 2. For this recipe, the chicken, apples and butternut squash will all be cooked at roughly the same time. Preheat the oven to 375. This will require close monitoring to make sure each component is cooked properly. The butternut squash will need to go in first, the chicken second and the apples last (they will take the least amount of time). ​ 3. For the butternut squash: prepare 2 baking sheets, one for both the squash and the apple. Mix together all ingredients (aside from the apple and squash) in a large mixing bowl. Dredge the butternut squash cubes in the mixture and ensure that all cubes are evenly coated. Line squash on the baking sheet and transfer to oven. Reserve the glaze mixture for apples. Bake squash until the cubes are tender. ​ 4. Prepare the chicken. Prepare a baking sheet or roasting pan lined with tinfoil, set aside. Mix all ingredients (aside from the chicken) in a large mixing bowl. Cut each chicken breast in half. Rinse the chicken and pat dry with paper towel. Dredge each piece of chicken in the herb mixture and ensure that each piece is evenly coated. Reserve glaze mixture for basting. Place chicken on tray and transfer to oven. Bake for 20-25 minutes, or until internal temperature reaches around 175 degrees. Half way through the cooking process, remove chicken from the oven and baste with glaze mixture, return to the oven. Once cooked, remove from oven and cut into large cubes. ​ 5. For the apples: dredge the cubes in the same glaze mixture used for the squash. Follow the same process as the squash. Transfer the apples to the oven and bake until tender, but not mealy. The apples will require close attention, because they will not require the same length of time as the squash and chicken. ​ 6. For the garnish: melt the butter over medium-high heat on the stovetop. Add the leeks and Sauté until they begin to wilt and brown. Remove from heat and add pomegranate seeds, toss to combine. Set aside. Whisk together the honey and mustard until evenly incorporated. Set aside. ​ 7. Once the chicken, apples, and squash are cooked. Arrange skewers with alternating cubes of each ingredient. Lay crisscrossed on a plate, garnish with leeks and pomegranate seeds. Using a spoon, garnish the plate with the honey mustard sauce. Sprinkle with any remaining rosemary.

  • Spiced Carrot Cake Pancakes | cureativenutrition

    Back Spiced Carrot Cake Pancakes INGREDIENTS: 2 medium carrots, grated (moisture squeezed out in paper towels) 1 cup diced pineapple 1/2 cup unsweetened raisins (let them soak in water or pineapple juice for a little bit to rehydrate) 1 tablespoon fresh grated ginger 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 3/5 cup buttermilk (or any milk of your choice, we love natural healthy fats and buttermilk makes for a richer more fluffy product) 2 large eggs 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves 1 tablespoon cinnamon 2 1/2 cup dry pancake mix of your choice (we use Namaste gluten free mix) DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine eggs, milk, vanilla and spices, whisk to combine. ​ 2. Add the remaining fillings (pineapple, raisins and carrots) and whisk together to combine. ​ 3. Add the dry pancake mix and whisk until completely incorporated. ​ 4. Grease and heat a small nonstick skillet or griddle over medium-heat and begin to cook one pancake at a time. We poured ours in 1/4 cup servings, which filled the diameter of our perfect sized skillet. Wait for the batter to begin bubbling in the pan before flipping. ​ 5. Allow the stack of left over pancakes to cool, transfer to a ziplock bag and freeze. Simply toast the frozen pancakes in a toaster for a great grab and go breakfast in the mornings to follow. ​ **We topped our pancakes with cream cheese, honey and walnuts! You could use Greek yogurt too for added protein. Enjoy!

  • Spiced Pumpkin & Oat Chocolate Chip Cook | cureativenutrition

    Back Spiced Pumpkin & Oat Chocolate Chip Cookies INGREDIENTS: 3/4 cup pumpkin puree 1 large egg 1/2 stick butter, completely softened/room temperature 1 tablespoon vanilla 1/4 cup coconut sugar 2 tablespoons honey 1 cup oats 1/2 cup whole-wheat flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1/2 cup chocolate chips DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicon SilPat. ​ 2. Cream together butter, pumpkin, egg, honey, and vanilla in an electric mixer on high speed until smooth. 3. Decrease speed to slow and add in whole-wheat flour, 1/4 cup at a time. ​ 4. Add in baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon at same low speed. ​ 5. Use a rubber spatula to scrape down the sides of the bowl to evenly incorporate. ​ 6. Add oats 1/4 cup at a time then add in chocolate chips. ​ 7. Using a large dinner spoon, portion out ball shaped piles on baking sheet. Smash down as best you can. ​ 8. Bake for 21 minutes. Remove and allow to cool on wire rack for at least 1 hour.

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