Emily Murray, MS, RD, LDN
About Emily Murray
Emily Murray is a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist with an office in Radnor, Pennsylvania. With an extensive background in nutrition sciences and behavioral counseling Emily has successfully treated individuals and families on the Main Line for over 10 years. With the right knowledge and tools, Emily believes you can keep enjoying your life and reach your health goals at the same time.
Emily received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Georgetown University and began her career in the marketing industry. For several years, Emily was involved in campaigns for the food industry. She conducted extensive research on food choices and behavioral influences. She took part in focus groups regarding families’ eating habits and factors influencing specific food purchases. Ultimately, her experience inspired her to make a career change and study nutrition.
Emily received her Master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. She focused on the dieting habits of young women, nutrition counseling, and healthy living for children. She completed a competitive Dietetic Internship at the James J. Peters Veteran Affairs Medical Center in the Bronx. During her internship, Emily counseled patients with diabetes, renal disease, heart disease, and a variety of other health problems.
For the last 11 years, Emily has been counselling individuals and families on the Main Line. Emily’s experience includes counseling both children and adults with a variety of medical conditions including heart disease and high cholesterol. She enjoys working with children and families to support healthy growth and nutrition. Emily also works with individuals with eating disorders, such as Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder.
Emily uses a nonjudgmental and personal approach with her clients. She is devoted to promoting optimal health through a balanced lifestyle based on good eating habits, physical activity and a positive relationship with food. Emily understands that everyone is different, and she teaches individuals to choose foods sensibly while incorporating their food preferences and lifestyle.
Emily lives in Villanova with her husband and two children. Her number one tip is to always have cut vegetables in your refrigerator. Don’t wait until you are hungry to prepare veggies.