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Top 11 Paleo and Low-Carb Registered Dietitians With Blogs

Registered DietitianI sometimes get angry comments from people.

They tell me that I don’t know what I’m talking about because I didn’t go to college to study nutrition.

But the thing is, I learned pretty much all of this stuff from people who are much more knowledgeable than I am.

Many scientists, professors, doctors and dietitians recommend similar things.

In January I wrote a list of 17 paleo and low-carb friendly doctors.

Now it’s time for a list of 11 paleo and low-carb friendly registered dietitians with their own blogs and websites.

The list is in no particular order.

1. Dietitian Cassie

Dietitian CassieCassie is a Registered, Licensed Dietitian who specializes in weight loss with real food. She works at a hospital and does counselling at various treatment centers with children, teens and adults.

She shares a lot of nutrition tips and recipes for free on her website: Dietitian Cassie.

2. Amy Kubal

Amy KubalAmy Kubal received bachelors and masters degrees in both Food Science and Human Nutrition from the University of Colorado.

Amy specializes in the Paleo Diet and performance nutrition. She works with athletes and people looking to improve their health and body composition. She writes articles for RobbWolf.com.

3. Melanie Thomassian

Melanie ThomassianMelanie Thomassian graduated from the University of Ulster in Ireland with an honors degree in human nutrition and dietetics.

Her aim is to make good health sustainable and easy with her approach. She writes about nutrition from an evidence-based perspective on her website: Diet Rebel.

4. Kelsey Marksteiner

Kelsey MarksteinerKelsey Marksteiner is a registered dietitian who is currently working on her Masters of Science in Nutrition and Functional Medicine.

She believes that a healthy gut is essential to a healthy life and promotes a diet that focuses on nourishing and protecting the gut. She writes articles for her website: Healthy Gut, Healthy Life.

5. Jennifer Dickert

Jennifer DickertJennifer Dickert gained experience working with a diverse population in Houston, then went to work on an organic farm.

She uses the knowledge she has gained to focus on not just whole foods, but also a local and humane way of eating. Her website: Super Natural Nutrition.

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6. Stephanie Greunke

Stephanie GreunkeStephanie Greunke is a registered dietitian and personal trainer who is a strong believer in the paleo lifestyle.

She emphasized psychology in her education and has helped clients with a wide range of nutritional needs. She writes articles for her blog, Rock Your Hormones.

7. Kelly O’Connell Schmidt

Kelly O'connell Schmidt

Kelly O’Connell Schmidt is a registered dietitian currently in private practice who specializes in food intolerances and primal eating.

She believes that a real food based, low inflammation diet is the key to optimal health and blood sugar control. Her website: Paleo Infused.

8. Aglaée Jacob

Aglaée Jacob

Aglaée Jacob is a registered dietitian from Canada who worked as a diabetes educator for 3 years.

She discovered low-carb and paleo diets in 2010 as a solution to her own health problems. More info on her website, Radicata Nutrition.

9. Franziska Spritzler

Franziska Spritzler

Franziska Spritzler is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator with a passion for low-carbohydrate diets.

She created her website to inform people about the health benefits of low-carbohydrate living. Read more: Low Carb Dietitian.

10. Sabrina Ramme

Sabrina Ramme

Sabrina Ramme is a registered dietitian with a passion for real food nutrition.

She is also a new mom who is trying to find the right balance for herself and her family. Her website: Plum Health.

11. Mary Trenda

Mary TrendaMary Trenda decided to pursue a career in nutrition after struggling with her weight and eating habits as a young girl.

She now holds two degrees in nutrition. She and her friend Allie Lehman share their thoughts and opinions on healthy living on their website, Considering You.

Conclusion

If you’re looking for a paleo and low-carb friendly health professional near you, then check out Primal Docs and the Paleo Physicians Network.