Last Friday, we highlighted some great health-related Twitter folks to follow. Now, it’s time to celebrate registered dietitians and people who tweet healthy recipes.
What do you think of the list? Any to add?
A couple of requirements we set:
- A real person must be behind the account (not only an RSS feed; they can be great; we just omitted them from this particular list).
- If the person gives nutrition advice, it must be solid and evidence-based (as far as we could tell).
Now for our recommendations:
Great weight-maintenance tips and recipes that aren’t boring or tasteless!
From Cooking Light magazine. Yummy, creative recipes with easy ingredients.
Recipe links and quick, healthy tips.
Solid nutrition information–not fads or myths. (Gloria Tsang, R.D., the face behind this account, has written for us. There’s a reason. She knows her stuff.)
Easy recipes that are lower in calories. (She writes the trim&TERRIFIC cookbooks. We’ve featured some of her recipes in the magazine.)
Fun nutrition-story links.
Links to lots of different nutrition articles on lots of different sites.
Love her recipes–from the Meal Makeover Moms’ Kitchen. (We’ve featured one.)
Watch out. These creative ideas will make you hungry.
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