Want to stay up to date on the latest health research? Twitter is a source of more information than anyone can possibly digest, but it's also the place to get up close and personal with top experts in every field.
So who should you follow to learn the most about diet and nutrition? Here's our list: 35 Tweeps who really know their stuff, and are clever and entertaining in the process.
What are your favorite health accounts on Twitter? Share in the comments or Tweet (and be sure to follow!) @HealthyLiving.
And keep a look out for future lists we'll put together other areas of health and wellness!
Dr. Frank Lipman
This integrative doctor shares his wisdom and weighs in on the latest news.
America's nutritionist, Bauer is as full of energy and helpful info on Twitter as she is on The TODAY Show.
Nestle is the go-to for all regulatory matters within the food industry. Confused about new labeling? New dietary guidelines? Head her way.
The nutrition writer extraordinaire is very engaged on Twitter, offering eating tips and legislation analysis, and engaging with food scientists around the Twitterverse.
Susan Dopart, R.D.
The registered dietitian is the author of "A Recipe for Life."
Shemek is a nutrition consultant and life coach who she shares her insights on the psychology of eating with her Twitter followers.
Elisa Zied, R.D.
Zied is a New York-based nutritionist with advice to share.
Andrew Weil, M.D.
Weil is a longtime expert on healthy eating and anti-aging -- his tips on Twitter do not disappoint.
Dr. David Katz
The director of the Yale Prevention Research Center tweets the latest findings on obesity, epidemiology and pediatric nutrition.
Lisa Stollman, M.A. R.D.
Stollman advises teens on weight management -- not just adults.
Keri Gans, MS, RD, CDN
A nutrition expert with a private practice in New York, Gans also keeps tabs on the latest research on Twitter and for her blog, U.S. News' <a href="http://kerigansnutrition.com/?page_id=4">Eat + Run</a>.
Dr. Mark Hyman
Hyman offers the newest and best tips for clean eating and healthy lifestyle.
Wellness guru Kris Carr offers yoga and fitness tips along with recipes for a raw, vegan lifestyle.
Lisa Cain, Ph.D.
An evolutionary biologist by training, Cain blogs about creating healthy snacks and meals <a href="http://www.snack-girl.com/a/about/">on her blog</a> and on Twitter.
Shauna James Ahern
The special diet guru blogs about her gluten-free lifestyle and shares more tips on Twitter.
This healthy eating blogger writes cookbooks for Random House and regularly shares Tweets on how to make delicious food for the gluten-free crowd.
Klein is in charge of the website Organic Authority, about healthy living and eating.
This Food Network star and chef wants to whip up more than just food that tastes good -- he wants it to be good for you too. He launched Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution as a movement to educate people, particularly children, about the way they eat.
Mitzi Dulan, R.D.
Dulan is asked to bring her expertise to every news network you can imagine, but she also doles out tips on her Twitter feed.
Cynthia Sass MPH, RD
Sass provides practical tips for her Tweeps, which is great because her day job is to be the nutritionist for professional athletes like the New York Rangers.
The godfather of food policy journalism, Bittman shares his columns on healthful eating and how we can improve the food system.
An NPR storyteller focused on nutrition, Widrick is also a new mom.
Dr. Melina Jampolis
One of the only doctors in the country with medical training in nutrition, Jampolis offers strong analysis -- and a lot of fun recipes.
Kristin Kirkpatrick RD
This top nutritionist lets us know what she's up to with links to her useful articles on everything from letting go of snacks to making recipes.
Our own Wellness Editor offers smart analysis of nutrition and food safety research, along with tips on acupuncture, happiness and healthful living.
Daughter of Mehmet and a diet guru in her own right, Oz offers healthy snack recipes and more.
Author of "Veganist" and "The Lean," Freston is an expert on all things clean eating.
Dr. Christiane Northrup
This OB/GYN and holistic women's health expert offers nutrition tips among her overall health tweets.
Dr. David A Kessler
Former FDA commissioner and dean of Yale and UCSF medical schools, Kessler now devotes himself to writing -- "The End of Overeating" is his book. Kessler tweets the latest public health research and more in the study of obesity.
Cheryl Forberg, RD
The nutritionist for The Biggest Loser <em>and</em> James Beard award-winning chef kindly shares her recipes, thoughts on nutrition and inspirational quotes.
The editor-in-chief of SELF magazine and author of the #Drop10Diet talks workouts, fitting in her training schedule and delicious, healthful treats.
Scritchfield brings her expertise in nutrition, wellness and sports nutrition to her Tweets with a sense of humor.
The New York <em>Time</em>'s health columnist and author offers a glimpse into her own healthy lifestyle -- along with great analysis of the latest research.
Dr. William Davis
Cardiologist and author of <em>Wheat Belly</em>, Davis offers tips on living healthfully and avoiding chronic disease.
This recipe blogger offers her tastiest (and healthiest!) fare to her Twitter followers.