Custom Nutrition Speaking -Wellness Seminars

Custom workshops, seminars, or programs are available (virtual or in person). Topic areas: Healthy Cooking, Recipe Demonstration, Functional Medicine Nutrition Therapy, Gut Health, Brain Health, Cardiovascular and Metabolic Fitness, Wellness, Weight Loss, Behavior Modification, Supplements, Vegetarian Diets, Plant-Based Eating and more.

Diet-Environment Speaker

Is your group interested in a presentation on the interconnection between our diet and the environment? Teri is available as a presenter for health professionals or the general public. Presentations Available: 

  • The Environment-Nutrition Connection; Encouraging Sustainable Diets for the Good Health of People and the Planet
  • Climate Reality; State of the Science and Taking Action for Change
  • The Diet-Climate Connection
  • Strengthening Food Security through Ecologically Based Food Systems
  • Global Crop Yields; Impacts from Climate Change

Diet-Climate Speaker

Teri Underwood has educated the public for over 30-years on the topic of global climate change. In 2012 she was trained by Chairman Al Gore (the Climate Reality Project) to deliver the most up-to-date scientific version of the multimedia slide show and academy award winning documentary The Inconvenient Truth. She can be scheduled for a free presentation by schools, churches, civic groups, and by individuals for small public gatherings.

Professional Writing on Diet-Environment

Teri is available as a consultant to act as an editor or writer. Here is a sample of her work:

Article in peer reviewed journal:   Organic Agriculture Supports Biodiversity and Sustainable Food Production, Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 6:4, 398-423 (lead author)

Article in peer reviewed journal: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Standards of professional performance for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (Competent, Proficient, and Expert) in Sustainable, Resilient, and Healthy Food and Water Systems – PubMed (

Editor (2005-2009):   Hunger and Environmental Nutrition Dietetics Practice Group quarterly newsletter.

Continuing education for Registered Dietitians in a professional publication:   

Editor:   The Food-Climate Relationship (contributing editor)

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