Abby Langer has been a Registered Dietitian since 1999. Educated at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Loyola University in Chicago, Abby has worked extensively both in clinical nutrition, and nutrition media and consulting. She has won awards for her teaching and was elected by her peers to serve three years on her regulatory college’s council. Her book, Good Food, Bad Diet, was published by Simon and Schuster in 2021.

Abby is passionate about all aspects of nutrition, from physiology to teaching to cooking. Her approach to nutrition is permissive and relaxed, and she is a true believer in living your best life without dieting. Abby’s counselling and writings focus on body respect and intuitive-style eating. She has written in depth about debunking fad diets and nutrition myths.

Abby works as a spokesperson with brands that are aligned with her nutrition philosophy. Her broad skill set includes recipe and content development, food photography and styling, public speaking, and assisting food industry clients behind the scenes with campaign strategy.

Abby has extensive experience in broadcast, radio, and print media, and is very active on social media. She has a very dedicated, engaged following. Her blog averages 100,000 unique users per month and is read in over 100 countries.

When she’s not working, Abby loves being active, cooking, and spending time with her family.

Abby’s Nutrition Philosophy

A healthy diet is more than what we eat; it’s also our attitude towards food. Learn how to cook, and do it often. Quality, not calories, is what matters. Eat more plants. Revel in the beauty of food. Choose food that you love, and listen to your body.