October 23, 2021
Vaughn Darst is a Registered Dietitian based in Los Angeles whose Instagram dives into conversations about eating disorders in gender nonconforming communities, as well as advocacy on creating a world in which all bodies are good bodies. His main areas of focus are intuitive eating, Health at Every SizeÂ®, and body peace. Vaughn serves primarily queer, transgender and gender diverse clients with disordered eating, fat acceptance, and body image concerns. He also provides professional consulting and training on gender affirmative care within an eating disorder context.
Natasha “Tash” Ngindi is a Canadian anti-diet nutritionist, entrepreneur, and certified Zumba instructor who promotes enjoyable movement for all bodies. Tash shares her messages on anti-diet, body acceptance, Health at Every SizeÂ®, and intuitive eating on her Instagram. She has been interviewed by many podcast, including Let Us Eat Cake podcast. She also creates one-of-a-kind anti-diet merch.
Christyna Johnson is a Registered Dietitian from St. Louis, MO and currently resides in Dallas, TX. Her nutrition philosophy is rooted in the social justice framework of Health at Every SizeÂ®. She is the host of â€œIntuitive Eating for the Cultureâ€ podcast where she discusses adapting intuitive eating for different cultures and situations.
Zariel Grullón is a Registered Dietitian based in Bronx, NY. She and her sister, Jenies, are the voices behind Â¡Love Your Chichos! Zariel makes nutrition information fun and relatable to motivate individuals to be their most authentic selves. She is most known for cultivating food freedom with her community of comadres on Instagram and TikTok.
Dr. Dodell is an endocrinologist based in New York City. His practice primarily focuses on diabetes, thyroid disorders, pituitary disorders, osteoporosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and hypogonadism. He commonly addresses the need to improve healthcare by educating medical professionals on the harm of weight stigma. Central Park Endocrinology focuses on all pillars of health from stress to sleep management without solely focusing on weight.
Leslie Schilling is a dietitian and nutrition therapist based out of La Vegas, NV. She owns Schilling Nutrition, LLC. She works to empower individuals and families using intuitive eating and Health at Every Size® approaches. She is the co-author of Born to Eat and commonly points out the insidiousness of diet culture in Christianity on her Instagram.
Paige Wollenzien is a Registered Dietitian based in Portland, Oregon who believes everyone deserves to love food. Paige believes building a positive relationship with food and our bodies is key for health and happiness and shares recipes on her website, The Kitchen Dietitian.
Tierra Carter is an anti-diet dietitian based out of Florida. Her posts detail how to quit dieting by making peace with food and your body. One mission of her practice, NutriRev, is to help individuals heal their relationship with food and their body while nourishing with gentle nutrition.
Whitney Trotter’s private practice focuses on eating disorders and human trafficking. She started Bluff City Health to be a resource for survivors of complex trauma, the eating disorder community, and communities of color. Whitney is also a Registered Nurse and her clinical knowledge helps her to better serve clients who are searching for nutritional management for chronic disease.
Aisha Nash is an award-winning pastry chef who left behind a career at a Michelin-starred restaurants to become a yoga teacher. Based in London, Anti-Diet Yoga specializes in trauma-informed, body neutral and embodied yoga.
Bryanna Peace is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Lactation Educator who currently resides in California. She owns Golden Guts Nutrition which focuses on “staying golden” by ditching diet rules so individuals can stay strong in their body & mind. Her Instagram commonly tackles common nutrition and food myths and fads.
Clara Nosek is an unapologetic, anti-diet, weight-inclusive Registered Dietitian based in California. She commonly uses satirical memes to address why we need to decolonize health, wellness, and dietetics in order to make health accessible for all. She shares helpful resource for activism in dietetics. Her private practice focuses on creating a more culturally humble and inclusive environment for her clients.
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I'm Krystal Dunham, and I'm so happy you're here! I'm always on the hunt for the best chocolate chip cookie recipe! So that would make me not your "typical" dietitian. Here you'll find non-diet-y recipes and intuitive eating resources so that you can reclaim your joy around food and nutrition, you in? Learn more about me.