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11 Twitter Accounts You Should Follow To Better Gut Health

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11 Twitter Accounts You Should Follow To Better Gut Health

Gut health is the hottest topic in health today. Gut health plays an important role in protecting our whole body. If you want to improve your overall health, you can't ignore your gut anymore.

 Luckily, there are plenty of online resources to stay current on all the exciting happenings in gut health. Twitter is a great resource to do this.  We've collected the 15 best Twitter accounts for you to follow that will provide you timely, relevant, and fascinating topics on gut health.


If you are looking for a source that will help you improve your diet, but also take up physical activity, this is the perfect twitter profile to follow. Their blog has a lot of valuable content, and they tend to share it regularly on twitter. The frequently share plenty of tips on how to have a healthy gut. 

William Davis, MD

Dr. Davis is the person behind the Wheat Belly Blog, and his aim is to educate as many people as possible about various misconceptions in the nutrition world. His twitter feed is rich with information that will help you improve your gut health.

If you want tips from an expert in gut health, you should definitely start following him on twitter.

Keri Glassman MS, RD

Keri Glassman is a certified nutritionist who is dedicated to helping people lose weight, take the right nutrition steps, and eat the types of food that will positively affect their gut health.  Following Keri will keep you up to date on the newest nutrition related facts.

GutMicrobiota Health

This is my favorite source for gut health research.  Their Twitter feed and website is chock full of the best and most interesting research on the microbiome I've found.  If you want to stay up on what's going on research-wise, follow this account.  

American Gut

People behind this twitter account belong to the one of the biggest gut health research labs in the world. The American Gut project is what got me into gut health.

The American Gut project has ended, but follow this profile anyways if you want to stay up to date interesting gut health topics and microbiome research.

Sucrose Intolerance

If you are planning to stay away from sugar, which you should be if you want a healthy microbiome, in your diet, this is the perfect twitter profile to follow. This twitter feed will help give you the best tips to keep sugar out of your food and out of your gut.

Dr. Sara Celik

Dr. Sara shares plenty of valuable information about becoming a much healthier person. Her feed is rich with a variety of information that also includes some workout tips you can easily incorporate into your life. She frequently tweets about gut related content.  

Dr. Megan Rossi

Dr. Megan Rossi is an experienced and educated dietitian. She purposefully created her twitter account to be able to update her followers with the latest news about gut health. There are plenty of interesting facts that she regularly shares on her feed.  She's big into whole foods and pretty down on gut health supplements like ours, but you shouldn't hold that against her ;).

Dr. Nazima Pathan
Dr. Nazima is a gut health expert. On her twitter feed, you will be able to find plenty of tips, healthy recipes, and gut health related information. As she is a food writer, you will be able to learn more about preparing healthy, gut friendly, meals for you and your family.

Listen to Your Gut

This twitter is run by Jini Patel Thompson and you can find plenty of information about gut health. She provides an alternative approach to your gut health, by explaining the types of food you should eat. Learning to listen to your gut takes time, and this twitter feed is going to be of great help.


Kristen is a dietitian who specializes in helping people balance their health and mind. Her twitter feed is rich with various recipes and gut health information, but she also shares a lot about helping you mind stay healthy as well.


We've reached the point where we almost have too much information.  We're inundated with information everywhere and it's hard to wade through the fog and to get information that's relevant and useful.   Following these 11 accounts will help you stay up to date on the current happenings in gut health and live a gut-friendly lifestyle.


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