I am a new person to this so thank you for letting into your discussions.

I would like to find an online nutritionist, who can help with my inflammations/Rheumatoid issues with diet. Do you have any suggestions where I can find someone who specialises in Arthritis. I have googled however I do seem to find one that specialises in this subject. Many thanks for your help.


  • Ellen
    Ellen Moderator Posts: 1,628

    Morning @Bistokid welcome to the online community.

    Personally I do not know of any online nutritionists, but Versus Arthritis do have some information about diet and Arthritis and are actively researching the issue around what environmental factors can influence the conditions.

    I am attaching some information, which will initially seem quite irrelevant to the subject, but keep scrolling down you will find the relevant part. Then there is a link too to more information about Arthritis and Diet. It's a blue tab entitled 'Learn More about diet and Arthritis' if you click on it will take you to more information on the subject:

    Finally this might be of interest to you:

    Hopefully some of our members might be able to help too.

    Best wishes


  • frogmorton
    frogmorton Member Posts: 29,424

    Be careful @Bistokid googling. It is risky and there are one or two 'nutritionists' out there keen to make money on the back of our Arthritis.

    Read the VA stuff by all means, but be wary of unknown online stuff. I expect that's why you're popping in here to see if anyone knows anyone kosher.

    Maybe someone else does l certainly don't sorry. personally I eat a vegan diet (for moral reasons not health related) and try to eat as many different items nuts seeds veg and fruit as l can. I usually achieve at least 30 a week as I believe a healthy gut microbiome helps me. That is purely personal though.

    Best of luck


  • Bistokid
    Bistokid Member Posts: 2

    Thank you for all your help frogmorton. I also believe in a healthy gut microbiome, although I would like to investigate this further hence the nutritionist.

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