I’m Talia Follador, a Philadelphia-based Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Health & Nutrition Writer.
Firm believer that all foods fit (but also that food restrictions and diets are sometimes indicated for medical, religious, ethical, or preferential reasons).
Lover of eating food, cooking food, talking about food, learning about food, and taking pictures of food.
Nutrition educator and myth-buster (both during my day job as a dietitian my side hustle as a health and nutrition writer).
Recent Blog Posts
- Dear Dietitians: You Don’t Need to Prove You are the Nutrition ExpertIn my cozy corner office tucked between the pharmacy and the frozen foods section, I listened to customers explain their health and diet histories while providing nutritional counseling as a supermarket dietitian. I often braced myself during these conversations —Continue reading “Dear Dietitians: You Don’t Need to Prove You are the Nutrition Expert”
- The Problem with Chalking it Up to NoncomplianceI struggled with disordered eating, body image, and over-exercising throughout my high school and college years. Healing my relationship with food, exercise, and my body was a lengthy process of therapy, reading books, listening to podcasts, and ultimately doing aContinue reading “The Problem with Chalking it Up to Noncompliance”
- Why a Change in Your Exercise Routine May Be Exactly What You NeedFor Halloween my senior year of college, I decided to be Cat Woman circa Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises. I read about how Hathaway lost weight and toned up for the role, and I wanted to do theContinue reading “Why a Change in Your Exercise Routine May Be Exactly What You Need”