The Real Life RD with Robyn Nohling. A blog dedicated to ending diet culture and helping you make peace with your natural body size.
AdiosBarbie-At Adios Barbie, they create articles, collaborate on campaigns, lectures, events that redefine perceptions of identity, body, beauty, and power. They are committed to creating a world where everyone is safe and at home with who they are.
ROOT FOR FOOD– Meg Dixon, a holistic dietitian founded in intuitive eating and instinctual living. She believes in the power of traditional foods, botanical therapies, and self love. Her heart is in helping others recovery from a life of disordered eating.
Eating Disorder Hope– aims to offer information, resources, and hope to people with eating disorders, their friends and family, and healthcare providers. EDH’s mission is to encourage an appreciation of uniqueness and value, unrelated to appearance or achievement. Ultimately, they hope to inspire people to embrace life, pursue recovery, and end behaviors linked to eating disorders.
The Joy of Eating– Rachel Hartley is a Dietitian who’s goal is to help people nourish a healthier relationship with food and learn to take care of their body, rather than punish it. It’s her hope that her work helps you see that food can contribute to your quality of life by fueling your body to live a life that brings you joy. To show you that eating can be a pleasurable activity, rather than a source of shame and anxiety.
Freedom Nutrition and Wellness– Ashley Smith is a Dietitian that designed a space to help those struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, and weight management issues. She is extremely passionate about helping people find freedom in their relationship with food.
ImmaEatThat– Kylie Mitchell created her blog dedicated to stopping disordered eating and helping people fall back in love with a healthful relationship with food and their body size. She shares blog posts 5 times a week, Monday through Friday, on a variety of different topics: body image, eating disorder recovery, tasty recipes, random life updates.
The Middle Ground– a blog of a mental health activist, Joanna Kay. She has been recovered for over 20 years from an eating disorder. Her blog chronicles my journey through the middle ground toward full recovery.