Want to Heal Your Relationship With Food? Follow These 21 Antidiet Experts on Instagram
If you're ready to heal your relationship with food after struggling with disordered eating or you're finally fed up with dieting and diet culture, it's helpful to see a registered dietitian or therapist who specializes in eating disorders or intuitive eating. It's also important to pay attention to the content you are consuming and whether it exacerbates feelings of poor body image or disordered eating. Fortunately, Instagram can be a great resource for information and positivity. Here are some experts you can follow who are passionate about helping you along your antidiet and food-freedom journey.
The Instagram page of Colleen Christensen, RD, called no.food.rules, is all about intuitive nutrition and promoting a healthy relationship between food and body.
Christyna Johnson, MS, RDN, LDN, is a self-described "nutrition nerd." Her Instagram page, encouragingdietitian, is weight inclusive and supports intuitive eating.
Dalina Soto is a bilingual antidiet dietitian who aims to help people stop chronic dieting, break the diet cycle, and end food guilt. Her Instagram page is your.latina.nutritionist.
Rosie Mensah, RD, MPH, wants to help women build a healthy and enjoyable relationship with food. She also connects food and nutrition to public health and social justice. Check out her page, therosienutritionist.
Brenna O'Malley, RD, and her page, thewellfull, aim to help you ditch diets and food guilt and improve your relationship with food and body image.
Shana Minei Spence, MS, RDN, CDN, whose Instagram handle is thenutritiontea, supports the antidiet and HAES movements.
If you're fed up with tracking calories and dieting and you're ready to make peace with food, body, and exercise, check out Sam Cartina, RDN, and her Instagram page, nourish.lift.repeat.
Taylor Chan, MS, RD, is a dietitian and personal trainer who is navigating diet culture one doodle at a time. Check out her Instagram page, foodandfearless.
Check out dietitiananna. Anna Sweeney, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD-S, specializes in HAES, intuitive eating, body-image healing, and eating-disorder and diet-culture recovery.
Doesn't food freedom sound amazing? Bri Collette of nutritionist.bri is a food-freedom dietitian who is passionate about body respect and self-care without self-punishment or food rules.
Molly Bahr, LMHC, of mollybcounseling is a certified intuitive-eating counselor who supports HAES and is fat-positive.
Crystal Savoy MS, RD, LDN, of crystalsavoyrd supports nutrition therapy for peace with food and body. She focuses on recovery from diet culture and eating disorders with her HAES and intuitive-eating approach.
Rachel Jones, RN, MS, RD, LD, is a nondiet, HAES dietitian and nurse helping others move toward body and food freedom. Check out her Instagram page, health_and_kindness_.
Check out the_nutritionprescription from Danielle Bublitz, MS, RDN. She wants to help you ditch diet fads, learn to have a healthy relationship with food, and experience self-love and body acceptance.
Nicole Cruz, RD, whose Instagram page is nicolecruzrd, is all about food freedom and having less stress so you can have more joy. Her goal is helping you and your family put the joy back into eating.
Myles Marcotte, ASW, is a trans HAES therapist who specializes in health at every size, fat liberation, and chronic illness. Check out his page mylesmarcottetherapy.
Tasha Bailey, MBACP, of realtalk.therapist doesn't necessarily specialize in antidiet or intuitive eating, but she does promote self-care, which is part of exploring self-love journey.