Nutrition counseling is one very important component of the multidisciplinary approach taken in eating disorder treatment. The first priority of treatment is to stabilize the physical well-being of the clients, which includes both restoring nutritional balance and biochemical functioning of the body.
Twitter can be a really valuable resource to find nutrition experts and connect with them. However, in today’s digital world anybody with access to a Twitter account can deem themselves a nutrition expert. So who should you really be following if you want to find a registered expert specialized in eating disorders? We compiled a list for you including our favorite top experts, all having a solid foundation in nutrition education and therapy, meal logging and real life practice.
These experts offer their advice and opinions on effective ways to restore your relationship with food and address challenging issues like weight restoration, body-image and exercise. Regardless of where you are at in your recovery, they have meaningful information to share with you!
RT @CaliBlonde89: @IntuitiveEat RT @SocialWorkToday Mindfulness and Disordered Eating: Food Is Not the Enemy: https://t.co/vNEVoVvXRS
— Evelyn Tribole MS RD (@Etribole) October 24, 2014
Student-athletes and body image: https://t.co/ypPEfPjHkr #rdchat #eatingdisorder — Marci Anderson (@MarciRD) November 11, 2014
It’s Here! DIY Breastfeeding YouTube Channel https://t.co/WHqQErdseV
— Lindsay Stenovec (@RealisticRD) November 5, 2014
— Evelyn Tribole, Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program That Works
How can we create a healthier #Thanksgiving meal? @dianakelly & @RealSimple show us how: https://t.co/KIePAoOYB7 — Lori Zanini, RD, CDE (@LoriTheRD) November 8, 2014
“Most of us have two lives: the life we live, and the unlived life within us.” -Steven Press field #mefirst #endED
— Anna Sweeney MS, RD (@DietitianAnna) November 11, 2014
Research: #Mindfulness is associated with less body dissatisfaction & weight preoccupation. https://t.co/sUYXA3ugsL #bodyimage — Dr. Ellen Albertson (@eralbertson) November 13, 2014
Disney princesses with realistic waistlines :-)… https://t.co/8NtihyxW0z
— Jen Draper (@JD_Nutrition) November 6, 2014
#NEDPG Success defined by client outcomes as tiny steps add up to #behavior change for life — Robyn Kievit, NP, RD (@nutritionmentor) November 13, 2014
Thank you all for supporting Intuitive Eating!! #edhchat
— Elyse Resch, MS, RDN (@ElyseResch) October 29, 2014
Love the way Jennifer Garner embraces her body after having 3 kids! https://t.co/esCEnG3cdh — Janice Dada, MPH, RD (@SoCalRD) October 10, 2014
What happens when #healthy eating tips into an #EatingDisorder? Learn more on @FoodPsychPod w guest @katiedalebout
— Christy Harrison, RD (@chr1styharrison) November 10, 2014
It’s perfectly ok to choose foods that are comforting if that’s what you need. Try to eat those foods when your… https://t.co/e8cQahwnIv — Sumner Brooks MPH RD (@MyDietitian) November 11, 2014
What are your experiences with nutrition experts and how did it help you in regaining trust in your body and mind? Let us know in the comment section below or on Twitter @recovrywarriors