Our daily media is flooded with misleading information.
Have you “read all the latest” or “tried all the diets” but find yourself wondering why none of it has worked? The following Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) have been selected to help you ‘weed out the wack’ in your journey to good health. Free yourself of social media influencers, magazines, emails, and any other content that is not providing positive guidance. RDNs are your most reliable source!
Influencers to Stand By
Blue Zones >> Inspired by the world's longest-lived cultures
Inspired by the world’s longest-lived cultures, tools to help people live longer, better lives by improving their environment. "Residents of the Blue Zones live in very different parts of the world. Yet they have nine commonalities that lead to longer, healthier, happier lives."
Body Kindness with Rebecca Scritchfield, RDN >> Health grows from love.
Dedicated to shifting the focus of health from weight loss to well-being. Rebecca believes "all bodies are good and people should be free to choose habits that fit them best. When you make choices from a place of love, connect to your body, and fully commit to taking care of yourself, you spiral up in energy and mood. You bring your whole self to the people and things you value most in life and you become the happier, healthier person you were always meant to be."
C&J Nutrition >> Private practice, nutrition communications, and workplace wellness
Helping individuals create and sustain a healthy relationship with food, assisting companies in creating programming to encourage employees to feel their best (all day long!), and working with brands to create and market products that will make the world a healthier place. You can check out their cookbook, Healthy, Happy Pregnancy Cookbook and find C&J-created recipes and articles via their website.
Christy Harrison MPH, RD, CDN >> Intuitive Eating Coach & Anti-Diet Dietitian
Christy Harrison is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and the host of Food Psych Podcast. She specializes in helping people make peace with food and reclaim the time and energy they lost to dieting.
Green Mountain at Fox Run >> Feel Free. Free from Dieting and Restrictions. Free to Be You.
A ‘weight loss program’ for women that is not about weight loss at all. It’s about creating lasting change, and a deep sense of well-being. Through powerful tools such as mindfulness techniques, stress reduction skills, and movement that is customized to your fitness level and body size, you’ll learn to practice self-care in your daily life. "A Weight Lifted" Blog >>
Juggling with Julia >> feeding my family, keeping my sanity
Julia is the founder of the food and nutrition blog, Juggling with Julia, where she humorously shares family-tested recipes along with nutrition and cooking tips. Check out the blog for her top food loves, endless salad recipes, coffeecoffeecoffee, and all things oatmeal. Follow Julia on Facebook & Instagram!
Kate Scarlata, For a Digestive Peace of Mind >> the wellbalanced FODMAPer
Boston-based registered and licensed dietitian as well as a New York Times Best Selling author with 25+ years of experience. Kate specializes in the low FODMAP diet and digestive health conditions including: IBS, celiac disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). After a major intestinal resection, Kate is on a mission to spread global awareness of the low FODMAP diet for those who suffer with functional gut disorders.
Marci Evans >> Life is stressful, your diet doesn't have to be!
By combining her passion for food, nutrition, and fitness her goal is to take help each of her clients find a healthy and happy relationship with food and exercise. She works exclusively with clients with eating disorders, disordered eating, or those interested in intuitive eating counseling.
Meal Makeover Moms >> healthy meals with kid appeal
Liz Weiss, MS, RDN and Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RDN are registered dietitian nutritionists and The Meal Makeover Moms, and together, they’re on a mission to help busy families eat better. Liz and Janice write the award-winning food blog, Meal Makeover Moms’ Kitchen and they host Cooking with the Moms, a radio podcast on iTunes. Check out their latest book, The Smoothie Bowl Coloring Cookbook, and download it for free from their site!
Nancy Clark >> Sports Nutritionist & Author
Nancy is an internationally known sports nutritionist and best-selling author trusted by many top athletes. Nancy is a registered dietitian (RD) and board certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) that counsels casual exercisers and competitive athletes at her private practice in the Boston-area. She teaches her clients how to have more energy, lose undesired body fat, enjoy a winning sports diet—and feel confident about their food choices.
Nutrition for Life Inc. >> Change your quality of life with medical nutrition therapy
As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator, Kristin Hatch provides individual nutrition counseling for wellness and a variety of health concerns focusing on lifestyle changes, relationship with food and medical nutrition therapy. With over 30 years of experience, Kristin is passionate about helping her clients move into an improved quality of life while managing health concerns and understanding how the body works.
Oldways Whole Grains Council >> Nonprofit working to increase consumption of whole grains for better health
The Whole Grains Council helps consumers find whole grain foods and understand their health benefits; helps manufacturers and restaurants create delicious whole grain foods; and helps the media write accurate, compelling stories about whole grains.
Real Mom Nutrition >> Tales from the trenches. Advice for the real world.
Registered Dietitian and mom of two boys, trying to get everyone fed without losing her sanity or her sense of humor. Sally is passionate about helping her kids develop a love of fresh foods and helping other moms do the same. She created this blog as a no-judgements zone to share what works (and what doesn’t!) when it comes to feeding a family.