I regularly offer interviews + expert commentary on the following topics:

Gestational Diabetes
Prenatal and Preconception Nutrition
Prenatal Exercise

To request an interview, go here.

For formal speaking inquiries (i.e. conferences, webinars, etc.), go here.

For all other inquiries, go here.

As Seen In


Plus Mommy Podcast

Click to access.

Real Talk with Dana Podcast

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Fertility Friday Podcast

Click to access Interview 1.

Fertility Friday Podcast

Click to access Interview 2.

Well-Adjusted Mama Podcast

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Wholistic Beginnings Interview Series

Click to access Part 1 & 2.

Wholistic Beginnings Interview Series

Click to access Part 3 & 4.


Book Review: Real Food for Gestational Diabetes

Book review from Diabetes Daily

Is It Safe to Go Low Carb During Pregnancy?

Guest post for Low Carb Dietitian.

Managing Gestational Diabetes

A personal account from a participant in the Real Food for GD Course

6 Prenatal Nutrition Misconceptions That Need to Stop

Guest post for Radicata Nutrition.

Is it Safe to go Grain-Free During Pregnancy?

Guest post for Ditch the Wheat

9 myths about gestational diabetes

Post on main website

Professional Bio

Lily Nichols is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator, researcher, and author with a passion for evidence-based prenatal nutrition and exercise. Drawing from the current scientific literature and the wisdom of traditional cultures, her work is known for being research-focused, thorough, and sensible. Her bestselling book, Real Food for Gestational Diabetes (and online course of the same name), presents a revolutionary nutrient-dense, lower carb diet for managing gestational diabetes. Her unique approach has not only helped tens of thousands of women manage their gestational diabetes (most without the need for blood sugar-lowering medication), but has also influenced nutrition policies internationally.

Lily is also the author of Real Food for Pregnancy, which outlines the gap between current prenatal nutrition guidelines and what’s optimal for maternal and fetal health. This evidence-based resource has been likened to a textbook and includes over 930 citations backing the benefits of real food nutrition for pregnancy.

To read more from Lily, follow her popular blog,, which explores a variety of topics related to real food, mindful eating, and pregnancy nutrition.

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