Top 5 Accredited Practising Dietitian Blogs to Follow may be a bit of a stretch for a title since I don’t follow every single dietitian blog out there, however, “Top 5 Accredited Practising Dietitian Blogs to Follow that I know of” didn’t quite have the same authority… Either way, I’ve compiled a list of blogs that I consider to be among the best in this space. If you aren’t already following these dietitians, I highly recommend you check them out.
Tim Crowe’s blog Thinking Nutrition is one of the first places you should look if you want to dig into the details of evidence-based nutrition. It’s a great mix of science and understandable language.
Alicia Edge and the team at Compeat Nutrition regularly produce quality nutrition content that is particularly relevant for athletes. The posts on this blog can help athletes at all levels, ranging from the weekend warrior to the elite level.
The Nutrition Guy
Joel Feren’s blog on The Nutrition Guy is full of great posts that are casual and laid-back, while still tackling controversial nutrition issues in an evidence-based fashion. Focusing on men’s health and thinking about things from the perspective of a classic Aussie bloke, Joel provides some great insight into what it actually takes to improve your diet in a sustainable fashion.
Stefanie Valakas and her are some of the best in the business when it comes to nutrition for fertility. The Dietolgist regularly features content regarding how to improve fertility through nutrition and provides a lot of answers for pretty much any relevant question you can think of in that space.
Catherine Saxelby’s Foodwatch
Catherine Saxelby writes about everyday nutrition problems in a simplified and engaging fashion for busy people who want to eat right, lose weight and boost their energy. She is one of the most accomplished writers in the dietetics profession and currently writes a blog every week on Foodwatch.
Aidan is a Brisbane based dietitian who has been exposed to the most recent and up-to-date evidence based approaches to dietetic intervention. Dating back to well before starting uni he has been fascinated by all things nutrition, particularly the effects of different dietary approaches on body composition and sports performance. Due to this passion, he has built up an extensive knowledge base in multiple areas of nutrition and is able to help clients with a variety of conditions. One of Aidan’s main strengths is his ability to adapt plans based on the clients desires. By having such a thorough understanding of optimal nutrition for different situations he is able to develop detailed meal plans for clients, or provide flexible guidance that can contribute to improving the clients overall quality of life. He offers services both in-person and online.