Learn about 5 Nutritionists who are changing the way we look at Healthy Eating


Nutritionists and dietitians are important because they help people to understand what is necessary to eat to maintain a healthy lifestyle. They can provide personalized advice on how to plan meals that are balanced, nutritious, and appropriate to an individual's needs and preferences. They can also help people learn how to read food labels and understand the values they provide. 

In addition, they can help individuals understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle, such as regular physical activity, adequate sleep, and stress management. 

Ultimately, nutritionists and dieticians are important as they provide valuable guidance and support to help people make healthier choices.

Get inspired by five nutritionists who are paving the way, motivating their communities, and inspiring healthy eating for all.


Maya Feller, a registered dietitian nutritionist who runs Maya Feller Nutrition out of Brooklyn, is a well-known nutritionist all over the country. She offers medical nutrition therapy in her practice for non-communicable disease management and risk reduction. It offers programs that last for 12 weeks and aims to help patients lower their cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure. They also provide individual counseling and group nutrition education in addition to the programs.

After completing her undergraduate degree in 2018, Registered Dietitian Aja Gyimah opened Compete Nutrition in Toronto. She provides group and one-on-one nutrition counseling to sports teams, business offices, and non-profit organizations. Although I have always focused my practice on exercise nutrition, she says, "I realized that there was a need for people all over the world to adopt easy healthy eating habits."

Women's health dietitian, nutrition media expert, podcast host, BLOOM creator, and Flourish Heights founder Valerie Agyeman She began her career in the industry while she was struggling with her own body image and was on her own health journey. She claims, "I learned how powerful food was when it came to the function of my body, how it made me feel and look, and I tapped into the world of nutrition." One day, I wanted to be a voice in my community who supported women's health, supported them in living abundant lives, and helped them reach their full potential.

Marisa Moore is a registered dietitian nutritionist in Atlanta. She started her career in nutrition after her college advisor at Georgia Tech suggested that she consider changing her major from chemical engineering to nutrition science because she was interested in healthy eating and loved it. She went on to earn a bachelor's degree in nutrition science and become a registered dietitian.

Whitey Miner is the founder of Eat Plants & Prosper, a wellness advocate, certified yoga teacher, and certified holistic nutritionist. She got her start in the business by improving her own health simply by exercising, meditating, eating more plants, and doing yoga. She says, "It became obvious that my passion and purpose was to assist as many people as possible in achieving optimal health."

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