Each year, we celebrate National Nutrition Month during March, hoping to bring awareness to good health and healthful food choices. March 14th was Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day celebrating the hard work and expertise of RDNs all over the world. RDNs work in a huge variety of settings with various specialties, educating their audiences and helping to provide accurate, evidence-based nutrition information.
I compiled a short list of a few of my favorite nutrition resources created by dietitians to celebrate my colleagues' hard work and so that you have many places to find accurate nutrition info. Below you'll find resources in a variety of formats. This is a just a small list of my highly credible, educational, and entertaining colleagues. If you need more suggestions just stalk who I follow on Instagram for many more.
Milk N Honey Nutrition - Mary Ellen Phipps, RD
Shaw Simple Swaps - Elizabeth Shaw, RD
Grateful Grazer - Stephanie McKercher, RD
Krolls Korner - Tawnie Kroll, RD
Lively Table - Kaleigh McMordie, RD
One Hungry Bunny - Katie Pfeffer-Scanlan, RD
Abbey's Kitchen - Abbey Sharp, RD
Hungry Hobby RD - Kelli Shallal, RD
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These are the books I frequently recommend to clients.
For women looking to end the cycle of dieting and stop obsessing over their food choices:
Intuitive Eating - Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD & Elyse Resch, MS, RD
Body Kindness - Rebecca Scritchfield, RD
For women who are pregnant, looking to become pregnant, or recently gave birth:
Expect the Best When You're Expecting - Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD
Healthy Happy Pregnancy Cookbook - Willow Jarosh, MS, RD & Stephanie Clarke, MS, RD
For young girls experimenting with the spectrum of plant-based eating:
The Smart Girl's Guide to Going Vegetarian - Rachel Meltzer Warren, MS, RD
For those with kids:
Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family - Ellyn Satter, RD