Allison Knott MS, RD

Allison Knott MS, RD


Born and raised in the South, Allison Knott is still emerging from the culture shock of her move to Boston. She became a registered dietitian in 2008 and received an M.S. in Nutrition Communication at Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy in 2012. She is passionate about bringing accurate nutrition information to the public and isn't shy about sharing her view of nutrition and food. Check out her blog at

Allison Knott MS, RD'S latest stories

How To Choose a Nut Butter

Peanut butter is so passé. Give almond, sunflower seed, or soy butter a try.

How to Eat Clean

Clean eating isn't a fad diet, it should be way of life.

Is Healthier Fast Food An Oxymoron?

Are options like wraps and turkey burgers really better for you?

Which Yogurt Is Right For You?

Get past the marketing hype and choose the right yogurt for you.

Six Whole Grains To Add To Your Repertoire

Which whole grains should you add to your next meal?

10 Emerald Greens to Eat Now

Pantone's color of the year is sparking a diet trend.

Eat Like a Dietitian

A dietitian opens her fridge (literally).

Winter Farmer's Markets Near Boston

Even though it's winter, you can still find seasonal, fresh produce at winter farmer's markets.

Soy: Good or Bad?

We reviewed the studies and talked to nutritionists to get some clarity on the ongoing debate.

How to Survive the Thanksgiving Buffet

Thanksgiving doesn't have to be a stuff-your-face-fest. Here are nutritionist tips to survive the day (and week).