Laura Tarberry



Age Group(s):

Adults, Pediatrics

Patient Populations:

Women, Men, Patients with ADHD/ADD, Patients with depression

About Laura

Growing up, Laura’s family gatherings centered around delicious food and a bustling kitchen. On a whim she signed up for an undergrad nutrition class and knew after the first day she needed to pursue a degree in dietetics. Pairing creativity in the kitchen and the science of nutrition brought peace to her right brained, type A mind. Her own health journey brings her a great deal of compassion and understanding for those that are seeking the personalized attention and support they have not yet received. Laura believes nourishing your family and yourself doesn’t need to be complicated or stressful, and can in fact be enjoyed.

Before joining the team at Culina Health, Laura worked in a concierge functional medicine clinic serving clients globally. She helped clients with an expanse of health concerns, seeking a non-traditional approach to healthcare. This experience gives her vast perspective and strategies when it comes to helping clients meet their individual health and wellness goals. 

Get To Know Laura

Go-to morning beverage: Lemon water and then a flat white with breakfast

Sleep ritual I never forget: 1/2 caffeinated coffee and never after noon!

Favorite recipe: Rachel Mansfield’s one skillet greek chicken with rice

What’s one small thing someone can do today to work toward a balanced eating pattern/lifestyle? Prep your proteins! If you have proteins ready to go in your fridge you can pair with things you have in your pantry or freezer for quick meals. For example, prepped chicken can be paired with steamed frozen broccoli, a package of instant rice and a squeeze of lemon for a delicious, filling meal in less than 3 minutes.

A habit you swear by: Using a bigger water bottle to keep track of fluid intake for the day. With your RD, calculate how many times you need to finish that water bottle to stay properly hydrated. I aim to finish one bottle by 11 am, another by 2pm and another by 5pm. By setting these incremental goals I am able to stay on top of it for the day. Staying hydrated is foundational in my book!


Bachelor of Science, University of New Hampshire

Dietetic Internship:
Wellness Workdays Dietetic Internship

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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