Are you interested in improving your nutrition? Following these industry experts on Instagram will help you step up your game.
1. Dr. Hazel Wallace @TheFoodMedic
Dr. Hazel Wallace is an NHS medical doctor, registered nutritionist (ANutR), qualified personal trainer, best-selling author, and podcast host.
Dr. Wallace’s social media presence intends to merge conventional and lifestyle medicine. As a doctor, personal trainer, and nutritionist, Dr. Wallace’s knowledge base allows for a broad approach to health and wellbeing.
2. Dr. Joshua Wolrich MBBS MRCS @drjoshuawolrich
Joshua Wolrich is an NHS medical doctor, nutrition student, Sunday Times Bestselling Author, and self-proclaimed “accidental influencer.” Dr. Wolrich fights weight stigma by emphasizing BMI’s limited value in measuring health.
Dr. Wolrich’s platforms remind followers of restrictive eating’s negative impact on health. He tackles media-perpetuated diet myths in his bestselling book, “Food Isn’t Medicine.”
3. Dr. Will Bulsiewicz MD @theguthealthmd
Dr. Will Bulsiewicz is a gastrointestinal medical doctor, New York Times Bestselling Author and nutrition specialist. He specializes in IBS, leaky gut syndrome, SIBO, and generalized dysbiosis.
His presence on social media informs consumers of nutrition-based strategies for healthy digestion.
4. Lacey Dunn MS RD LD CPT @faithandfit
Lacey Dunn is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, supplement company founder, and Ph.D. candidate specializing in gut health’s importance for hormonal balance. Her social media account is rife with nutritional approaches to hormonal and digestive issues like SIBO, IBS, cortisol dysregulation, and sex hormone fluctuations.
5. Dr. Megan Rossi @theguthealthdoctor
Dr. Megan Rossi completed her Ph.D. in gut health. She is a gut health dietitian and researcher at King’s College London. As a bestselling author, founder of The Gut Health Clinic, and co-founder at Bio&Me, Dr. Rossi’s content is educational for anyone interested in improving their gastrointestinal health.