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Hello SNO! I hope you all had a great first week back at school...I know I did. Yay for O-Chem!
For those of you who are part of the SNO Facebook group, you’ve probably seen a few of the blogs and podcasts I’ve shared from time to time. I’ve gotten messages asking about some of the resources I’ve shared, so I decided it would be a good idea to compile a bunch of online information sources in one post! All of these blogs, podcasts, and social media accounts are nutrition-related and headed by RDs, health professionals, or nutrition students. In addition, most of these bloggers integrate some sort of intuitive eating or Health At Every Size approach as well. I know that many nutrition majors I’ve talked to here at State are interested in these approaches. It’s good to know that they are becoming more commonly used among RDs and health professionals. I hope you find this guide useful and that is helps you to further immerse yourself in the world of nutrition!
The Real Life RD
Rachael Hartley Nutrition
The Lean Green Bean
Paige Smathers, RD
Jessi Haggerty Nutrition
My Daily Declarations
Freedom Nutrition Wellness (AKA the Donut Eating Dietitian)
Julie Dillon, RD
Heather Caplan, RD
Kara Lydon (AKA the Foodie Dietitian)
RD Real Talk
The BodyLove Project
Nut Butter Radio
Finding Body Freedom
Don’t Salt My Game
Instagram (many of these are the accounts of the aforementioned bloggers)
There you have it...a whole lotta dietitian and nutrition bloggers to fill your Instagram feed with some positivity, real talk, and nutrition knowledge. Whether you’re an avid reader like me, a podcast enthusiast, or someone who can’t stop scrolling, I hope these inspirational bloggers can be helpful to you. If you stumble upon something from this guide that you particularly find useful, feel free to share it on the Facebook page so all of your fellow students can draw inspiration from it as well!
Have a great second week back, SNO! Happy reading...or listening...or scrolling!
Freshman at SDSU. Foods and Nutrition Major.