Lindsay Boyers


Holistic Nutrition, Functional Nutrition, Aromatherapy


Lindsay has written for,, TripSavvy, The International Journal of Professional Holistic Aromatherapy, and more. When she's not writing, Lindsay can be found searching for the best products to improve your health and home life. You can follow Lindsay along on Instagram @lindsaythenutritionist. 



Prior to writing for Verywell, Lindsay published eleven books, covering health and nutrition topics like gut health and intermittent fasting. Now, a licensed nutritionist and full-time writer, Lindsay specializes in writing product reviews for Verywell Health.


Lindsay earned her bachelor's degree in food and nutrition from Framingham State University in 2009. She is also a licensed aesthetician, and is certified in both holistic and functional nutrition.

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Verywell Health Product Review Editorial Guidelines & Mission

Verywell Health Editorial Process

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