This time we’ve gathered 100 unique blogs that will help you become healthier by gaining a better understanding of the benefits or downsides of the foods you consume. Most of the blogs on this list put an emphasis on a certain type of diet, but all of them aim to help their readers eat in a more balanced, natural way that will help them get healthier; aaand pretty much all of the bloggers from the list don’t want your taste buds to suffer.
Getting healthier and enjoying good, tasty food? It’s a win-win, so enjoy our list and let us know of similar blogs you follow that you would recommend.
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Two Peas and their Pod is a recipe blog run by a lovely married couple, Josh and Maria. The two of them share love for healthy diet, cooking, and presenting finished meals in an entertaining way. The blog was initially founded because the couple kept receiving questions about who did the catering for their wedding, while the truth is that they have done it themselves.
Beside healthy recipes, Two Peas and their Pod also offers detailed meal plans to help you stay healthy and make sure that your tummy never gets bored.
This fantastic food blog is written entirely by Elaina, who is both a foody and the photographer who creates unique pictures for the blog. Ten years ago Elaina started cooking and taking special care of her daily diet. She started writing a journal about organic and healthy recipes she discovered, and the blog was born.
As time went on The Rising Spoon grew and now it features recipes, DIY projects, and overall ideas about healthy living and using healthy products in your diet.
Delicious Living is one of the oldest natural online and print entities that helps natural living communities achieve healthy and sustainable lives in fun ways via a huge collection of delicious, healthy and natural recipes.
Their mission is to bring their customers healthy food and products. The magazine exists in both physical and printed versions, and as an interactive blog. Some of the recipes are focused on specialized diets, such as vegan or gluten-free.
All the recipes are beautifully illustrated and can be prepared by both novices and experts. Delicious Living is not limited to recipes, there are also posts about food supplements and other healthy products.
Nutrition Stripped was founded by McKel Hill back in 2016. It is a nutrition company that offers a modern and scientific take on healthy living and taking care of your diet.
They foster an online community and online discussions that make eating well and living whole look simple as it should be. The information that Nutrition Stripped provides is based on the latest scientific data.
Under the section Eat well, the site offers gluten-free, dairy-free, plant-based recipes that are both delicious and 100% organic and healthy.
Fit Bottomed Girls started as a simple blog about dieting and fitness run by two friends, Jennifer Walters and Kristen Seymour. Their witty writing has soon found tons of followers and now Fit Bottomed World is a site with millions of readers each month that is all about positive body movement, focusing both on fitness and healthy food.
One of the sites that splintered off of Fit Bottomed Girls is Fit Bottomed Eats; the site is focused on being a foodie while maintaining a fit booty, and we think it’s worth visiting!
Fit Bottomed Eats offers practical tips, from how to prepare healthy food, to topics concerning nutrition and a list easy-made recipes.
With Food and Love is written and curated by Sherrie Castellano. She has a background in the food industry, but her interest in food grew when she was diagnosed with celiac disease. That required a radical change in her diet and the blog came about as a result of this.
Recipes on this blog are accompanied by beautiful videos that showcase how the food is made.
Apart from creating recipes, Sherrie works as a private chef with a passion to care for people through food; she also has a passion for storytelling, wellness and photography, which makes her blog a tasty read.
Hummusapien is a brand that covers topics from healthy food and wellness to a healthy lifestyle. Alexis, author of the site, is a nutrition consultant and a dietitian. She has started out as a food blogger, but her interests grew from there to cover a wider array of topics.
Beside illustrated recipes, the blog also covers travel, healthy lifestyle and features a shop in which readers can purchase recommended items from the site.
Sharon Palmer is a dietitian nutritionist and a plant-based food and nutrition expert with a background in writing. During her 15 years long journalistic career she has covered food and health issues from a variety of perspectives, including ecology and culinary business reporting.
Sharon’s interest in cooking has worked well with her writing career. Her blog, featuring recipes and advice on maintaining a healthy, plant based and whole food diet is the product of that interesting connection.
Carrots ’n’ cake is written by Tina, a 30-something-year-old mom. She has started a blog after her kids were born, because that is when she realized that she doesn’t have as much time to dedicate to a healthy diet and that she needs to improvise.
Unlike the rest of the blogs on the list, this one doesn’t have a specific dietary philosophy, other than promoting the idea that ‘bad’ foods don’t exists if the diet is well balanced. The recipes you’ll find on Carrots ‘N’ Cake are above all delicious (and all are still healthy if eaten in moderation).
10. Nutritious Life
Keri Glassman is a renowned dietitian at the helm of Nutritious Life, a site dedicated towards guiding people to a healthy oriented lifestyle through science-backed, accessible advice and recipes that make this approach possible.
Nutritious life is dedicated to writing about 8 pillars of healthy living. These include eating empowered food, reducing stress, exercising right, sleeping in a healthy manner, nurturing oneself, loving more and practicing mindfulness.
Eat Empowered, the name given to the portion of the site that deals with healthy food, provides recipes that are both healthy and delicious. It includes snacks and indulgent food, but ones that are good for you.
The blog is written by Jessica Espinoza. Besides her love of cooking, Jessica is a nutritional therapist and mind-body nutrition coach.
Her mother was a traditional cook and Jessica was cooking since she was three. Her interest in healthy food started when she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, which sparked the creation of this blog.
Delicious Obsessions offers a lot of real food recipes, but also health, wellness and nutrition advice. Recipes are divided into numerous categories, so finding exactly what you’re looking for, whether that is a breakfast or a smoothie recipe, should be a breeze.
12. Oh My Veggies and Veg Kitchen
Oh My Veggies is a vegetarian blog dedicated to providing easy and simple recipes for vegetarians. It focuses on seasonal plants and provides an actual service for those who want to maintain a vegetarian diet throughout the year.
It offers vegan and vegetarian recipes and the option to create a meal plan that would help you to get the most out of your diet without it becoming boring and predictable, while offering a huge number of free recipes, along with a bunch of tasty hints and tips.
Veg Kitchen, Oh My Veggies sister site, is made on a similar concept, but caters to vegans exclusively.
GAIA Health blog is an aggregate health blog that covers all the topics related to a holistic approach to health and life, from dieting to organizing your work cycle in a healthy way. The eating revolution portion of the blog is dedicated to changing your diet to a more natural, balanced and healthy one.
The topics covered are mostly about the philosophy you should take to approach your diet and its position in your life routine.
14. My Bizzy Kitchen
Biz the author of My Bizzy Kitchen, has created a fascinating combination of storytelling and cooking, and combined them together in this blog.
The blog offers recipes that are diabetic friendly and help you watch your weight. You’ll find plenty of pictures and tips on how to cook as well as some personal stories about how family life and the kitchen are linked together and how Bizz’es story came to be.
15. Am I Hungry?
Am I Hungry is a site that doesn’t deal with the food itself, but with the ways we think about food and its place in our emotional life. Our emotions are what’s behind a lot of dietary issues and Am I Hungry is about uncovering the cause, rather than dealing with the consequences.
The site, lead by Dr. Michelle May, a physician, a mindful eating speaker and a recovering yo-yo dieter, is divided into sections about dieting in general and sections for those that lead busy and mostly passive lives.
Nancy Clark is a world-famous sports nutritionists and specialist in sports dietetics. She has written extensively about healthy diet and the way it works in unison with a healthy sports career or at least an active way of life.
The blog is a part of her work on this subject, and it’s written in simpler and clearer terms than her scholarly work. It covers the recipes, the cooking tricks and nutrition advice that make a healthy sports diet obtainable and sustainable.
17. Yum Universe
Yum Universe is run by Heather Crosby, a former skeptic when it comes to veggie based recipes. She had an epiphany, at which point she decided to change her life around. This change then became a career. It started with creating veggie-based recipes and now it includes Yum Universe.
The site has over 500 recipes sorted by various categories, and a paid access to meal plans for those who want to eat healthy and watch their weight.
18. Cook Eat Paleo
Lisa Wells started a a simple but effective blog called Cook Eat Paleo to help those on a paleo diet by sharing the lessons she learned since she switched to this diet. Cook Eat Paleo does what it promises to do, and that’s provide simple recipes and advice to those who are on a paleo, keto or whole30 diet.
The recipes are quick, simple and easy to follow, because, well who has the time to spend hours in the kitchen each day. and they also come with a resources section in which you can find all the ingredients.
Lisa warns us that a select few recipes diverge from a strict paleo diet—they are a bit sweeter than required, but everyone needs a dessert every now and again.
19. Eat Lose Gain
Erica is a diet coach and food blogger from Los Angeles. Her blog Eat Lose Gain is a chronicle of a change in her diet. She used to eat junk food and she gained a few extra pounds. These become a problem and the change happened only when she realized that the reasons behind it are psychological rather than dietary.
Some of the blog is just simple and easy to make recipes that Erica shares, coupled with beautiful photos, but there are also lessons and advice to help you deal with your dietary and weight problems.
The Healthy Voyager is run by Carolyn Scott-Hamilton, a holistic nutritionist, a plant based vegan chef and a TV personality, among other things. The blog is based on a TV show with a simple premise: It was showcasing different counties and used their cuisine as a way to learn about the local culture.
The blog started as a part of the show but now it’s more about all that interests its author. The topics range from healthy recipes, wellness and maintaining the healthy green lifestyle, all the way to travel and parenting.
21. Low Carb Yum
Low Carb Yum is a blog operated by a home cook named Lisa. The meals Lisa writes about aren’t too complicated and can be made with the ingredients that everyone can afford. The goal of the site is to offer low carb meals that are delicious, but quick and easy to make.
The blog started as a recipe archive and it grew from there. Now Low Carb Yum also offers e-book filled with 20 easy to prepare recipes, recommendations on starting a low carb diet and staying on track, and tips from leading low carb experts, as well as the opportunity to request a low carb keto meal plan from Lisa.
Strength and Sunshine is written by Rebecca, a 20-year-old student from New Jersey. She was diagnosed with celiac disease and that has affected how she sees her diet and its role in the overall lifestyle.
She now offers gluten-free and allergy-friendly recipes on her site, which is separated in two categories: the recipes category and health issues category are written about in different portions of the site, so the recipes can be enjoyed by those that don’t have health issues, but are just looking for healthy, delicious and fun food.
23. Kalyn’s Kitchen
Kalyn Denny has an interesting personal story to share; the story even inspired this blog. It all started in 2005. when Kalyn lost 40 pounds based on the diet she created. She wanted to share this knowledge with everyone online and that is how Kalyn’s Kitchen came to life.
The recipes on the blog are divided based on the type of diet that you’re following, focusing on low-carb, keto, low-glycemic, paleo, south beach, as well as some other diets. All the recipes are delicious and are focused on weight reduction.
24. A Clean Bake
Nora is a baker behind A Clean Bake. She used to deal with a variety of health problems relating to her diet that didn’t quite fit with any of the labels that we usually associated with these kinds of issues.
Nora’s grain free, paleo-ish lifestyle meant that the foods she could eat differed drastically from what is normally consumed by society at large. Eventually, the need for delicious meals that are gluten and grain free, contain low sugar content and low carbs, Nora has found her own dietary path and this baking blog has sprung up as a resource of what she has learned.
The site offers simple recipes that anyone can make, but with a healthy twist, and you can filter them by diet type: from dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, low carb, paleo, vegan, whole30 diet, and interestingly to a nut-free diet.
Toby Amidor is leading dietitian and recipe developer with over 18 years of experience who offers personalized nutrition and food safety consulting services both for individuals and brands. She is the author of books that offer practical advice on living healthily and getting the most out of your life while dealing with dietary problems.
Toby’s blog deals with a broad variety of subjects, all relating to nutrition and healthy lifestyle. There include healthy recipes, but she also writes about nutrition and healthy life in a more academic and theoretical way.
Jennifer Fugo is a clinical nutritionist who has suffered health consequences because of her stressful lifestyle and a bad choice of diet. When she was in her late twenties she realized that in order to live a purpose-drive, health conscious life, she needed to change things around.
Jennifer believes that people have no idea of how huge a role their diet plays in their lives, especially relating to their health, and that is why today she runs her own virtual clinical nutrition practice to help you get a deeper understanding of your chronic health issues and how your diet affects them.
Gluten Free School offers gluten-free meals and meal plans to help you adapt to the new lifestyle. There’s also a podcast that’s worth listening to!
27. The Honor System
Sharon, a force behind The Honor System, used to live an unhealthy lifestyle that included consuming poor quality processed food and a lot of smoking. The change to a healthy lifestyle came naturally and the blog was a part of the journey because in it Sharon chronicles how it happened; and a long the way she empowers others transition to a healthy lifestyle just as she has.
The honor system refers to the type of dieting that doesn’t have any rules, but is focused on how you’ll behave when you realize that there are no rules, but your still accountable to yourself. Will you benefit from the honor system, or pay the price: poor health!?
Nutrition Unplugged is a blog run by Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and a nutrition communications consultant. She wanted to create a blog that talks about the science of nutrition in a way everyone can understand, and by using recipes to showcase how the science actually works in real life.
The posts are written in a witty way and they often discuss big ideas behind food and diet and how it affects our lives and our health.
29. Lemons and Basil
Lemons and Basil is written by Kaylee and maintained by her husband Josh. The site is dedicated to finding recipes that promote healthy, balanced life. Kaylee eats organic, whole foods at least 80% of the time. Sometimes you’ve got to treat yourself.
The recipes are separated by the ingredients needed for their preparation which means that even novice cooks can make some of them and get into healthy dieting easily.
The blog is run by Lindsey, who is a culinary driven dietitian with a real love for food and cooking. She practices what she preaches and lives a healthy lifestyle based on staying active and in shape and cooking with natural ingredients. Her philosophy is that you don’t need to eliminate any food groups or make yourself a prisoner of your diet.
Every blog post at Tasty Balance Nutrition offers a little story about the food it presents and explains the ingredients that are used in it and what’s the benefit of eating them.
Shelley Alexander, a holistic chef that has dedicated her professional career to using diet as a tool for a healthy lifestyle, has started A Harmony Healing which is a holistic healthy living community.
Besides the blog where Shelly stores whole food recipes and holistic living tips for free, she also offers classes and coaching about how to change your diet and your life at the same time.
32. Health Magazine
Saadiya Ahmad is the editor of Health Magazine, a site with a goal to speak to brands about how to simplify consumer lives in an authentic fashion.
Saadiya is a mother of three and therefore a good example of how healthy lifestyle allows you to balance work and life.
The site is separated by categories. ‘Food’ portion of the site isn’t always about the recipes (but there are plenty of those); it sometimes covers broader topics related to food and its effect on our lives. There are plenty of articles on wellness, fitness, lifestyle and even fashion.
33. Balanced Babe
Balanced Babe is dedicated to a holistic approach to health and food. It’s written by Sarah Baker, a vegetable food expert. She used to work as a model and during that time she witnessed how important diet is, and how it can affect the overall health of an individual.
The blog covers topics about health and beauty with an eco-friendly slant. It is filled with nutrition advice, holistic guides, beauty remedies and balanced recipes.
PaleOmazing is written by Tina Turbin. Tina is a passionate foody and has written about food for years. Her writing mostly includes recipes, diet, weight loss and fitness tips that cover the paleo diet, and how crossfit and exercise fit together with paleo.
Tina has had an exciting and complex career. She used to work in show business and wrote a book about it. She has also worked in real estate which is still her main source of income. Food has always been a passion for her and she went into it full speed creating this and one other blog in the process.
The site showcases her recipes, most of which are the product of experimentation in Tina’s own kitchen and her books on a variety of subjects including healthy lifestyle choices.
Recipes are organized in a way that’s easy to follow and understand. Most of them can be created by anyone who wants to try to change their diet.
The Domestic Dietitian is written by Brynn, a professional dietitian, who has left her corporate job and dedicate herself to raising her kids. This has changed her day to day life, but not her attitude toward healthy dieting. The blog has come about because of this lifestyle change and the desire to create a healthy lifestyle for her family.
The best part of the blog are the recipes that can mostly be prepared quickly and are healthy, so be sure to check them out, especially if you agree with the philosophy that eating healthy is a lifestyle, and not a diet.
Diana, the author of Live Lean Eat Green, has lived and eaten healthily since her childhood. She has realized the importance of living this way, but also understand that we all need to slack off at least 10 percent of the time. This philosophy is reflected in her blog.
The blog is separated into parts about fitness, lifestyle and of course food that binds it all together. It’s written simply and with a lively and friendly tone.
Krupa Parekh center is an organization dedicated to helping people reduce weight, detox and find ways to improve their diet and therefore their lifestyle and health overall. This process is using the latest science and it follows your progress in a scientific way.
The blog offers a variety of advice and analytical articles about common mistakes people make while dieting, and dabbles in other topics relating to food and nutrition.
Ginger Hultin is a nutritionist based in Seattle, who writes about the nutrition in both broad and specific terms. She used to work in a gym and there her work was focused on selling supplements. This blog is the opposite of that because it’s all about incorporating balanced, natural ingredients into your diet.
Champagne Nutrition isn’t about healthy food per se, but about natural food and the ways you can enjoy good food that’s made using only the natural ingredients.
The Gluten Free Alchemist is written by Kate who works in the public sector. Even though she is in no way connected to the food industry, her interest in the field started when her daughter was diagnosed with a dietary disease.
The blog is organized by recipes and there’s a section for traveling while maintaining a gluten free diet, which is often the hardest part of this diet. The recipes are simple enough and easy to follow, even for novice cooks.
The author of this blog, Jenny Finke is gluten-free since 2012. when she was diagnosed with celiac disease. The blog explains how she adapted to the change, and how she’s gone about changing her habits to live a healthier lifestyle.
At Good for You Fluten Free you will find recipes and programs that help people make the most out of their situation when they find out that they suffer from celiac disease. There are also articles about the disease itself and how to live with it.
Alexandra Jamieson, the wellness expert behind ‘Super Size Me’, used to live a rather different life. Her husband was an award- winning documentary director and their lifestyle was heavily influence by that. However, when the marriage fell apart, Alexandra found herself depressed as she wasn’t taking proper care of her body. This blog is a story of how she got back to health.
In the blog she writes about diet and a healthy lifestyle as more than just a medical issue. It’s a way of life that helps you be better, feel happier while you lose the shame related to your body.
42. Eat Naked Now
Eat Naked Now is a blog started by Jeremy and Margaret, both of them are chefs who wanted to talk about their philosophy about diet and health. The blog just kept growing from there.
Eating naked refers to the type of diet that only uses local and organically grown produce to create healthily and lovingly made meals that are fresh, seasonal, organic, unrefined and prepared properly at home.
The site is full of health and nutrition advice, as well as loads of free yummy recipes you can make on your own.
43. Celiac Corner
Celiac Corner is written by Paula Gardner. She is suffering from the disease herself and is writing about how it has changed her life and her diet ever since she’s gotten the diagnosis. As time passed, she has learned to see the positives, has found it to be empowering and something that’s a source of her healthy lifestyle.
The blog is dedicated to everything related to celiac disease. It offers a plethora of gluten-free recipes and a variety of sources for further reading.
44. Cancer Dietitian
Julie Lanford is the owner of the site Cancer Dietitian, and is a wellness director of a non profit organization called Cancer Services.
She developed Cancer Dietitian as a healthy living website in which you will find evidence based nutritional advice and guidelines for a healthy, every day life.
The site is full of recipes, videos and webinars that are all worth checking out.
45. Hearty Nutrition
Hearty Nutrition is run by Joel Feren, an accredited practicing dietitian and nutritionist with a background in biomedical sciences, offers advice and support for those who want to be more health conscious by changing their diet and routines. It’s staffed by health professionals who approach diet as both a physical and psychological issue.
The blog covers topics ranging from the philosophy behind living healthy and using natural ingredients to ways to prepare your own healthy food.
Forage is written by Lynne, a food journalist and a cookbook writer. She likes to point out that the blog is more a product of their family life and cooking for her kids than the food journalism. However, one is often influenced by the other.
The blog is filled with healthy recipes and is accompanied by beautiful pictures that showcase Lynne’s work. There are workshops available that can teach you to cook like that yourself.
47. A Balanced Belly
A Balanced Belly is written by Jen, a professional nutritional therapist and a gut health activist who lives a gluten-free lifestyle and encourages others to do the same. On the site she shares tips on gluten-free living and on juicing, with the goal to have a balanced belly.
The blog is written in a personal manner and often in the first person.
I Haven’t Shaved in Six Weeks is written by Lindsey Hall and it’s based on her personal life story. Lindsey had an eating disorder and went to rehab when she was 24.
The blog is written in a very personal and honest way as it talks about everything that goes on while recovering from an eating disorders and going to a rehab program.
Step Away from The Carbs is run by Georgina who is living carb-free for over ten years. She has struggled with an unhealthy diet choice that led to weight gain. When she decided to change her diet and lifestyle she has also started writing about it.
The blog consists of low carb recipes, diets, suppliers and meal planners and talks about how to deal with diet change and not allow the change to compromise your lifestyle and tastes in the process.
Jen Haugen is a registered dietitian nutritionist and a licensed dietitian who writes about food and how to use it to benefit you long term. Her mission is to help people live better and more fulfilled life. Jen has worked as medical professional for 17 years and the blog has grown out of that experience.
The site has a recipe portion, a portion dedicated to her book and a blog that’s full of helpful tips and advice to help you integrate a healthy, nutritious diet into your life.
This is a blog for those who have had or will have bariatric surgery – gastric bypass or a lap band surgery. Bariatric Cookery is written by Carol Bowen Ball who is a writer and has had such a surgery herself.
Bariatric Cookery covers the process of having this sort of procedure and how it affects your life, and is filled with recipes which are practical for those contemplating a bariatric surgery.
52. Milk Allergy Mom
Jamie, the author of Milk Allergy Mom, has worked in education for ten years. She has also worked with corporations and the government to help educate people about food allergies. Her kids are allergic to milk and the blog began when she had to deal with this problem.
Recipes on the blog are plentiful, but there are also posts about dealing with food allergies in general and about the problems that the allergies create in the life of a family.
Emma is the owner and writer of Paleo with Mrs. P. She has always been interested in cooking, but her interest in healthy dieting came when she was diagnosed with type one diabetes. She came across the paleo diet and organized her professional life around this in order to help others.
The blog has plenty of practical advice and recipes, but it also talks with how to stay on a paleo diet while you’re pregnant.
Sarah, the author of Gluten Free Travellers, had a problem with gluten intolerance for years. It has seriously impaired her ability to enjoy food and life. Eventually, she has found a way to adapt her paleo diet to her lifestyle. Soon she discovered her love for travel and the idea for the blog came about by combining travel and a paleo diet.
Eventually, the blog grew from this and become so much more. Gluten Free Travels now features reviews, travel articles and recipes from people from all over the world. It’s as much a community as it is a blog.
Neetu, the writer behind this blog has traveled the world and met a variety of different cultures. Her interest in food has arisen from this fact and was further peaked by her health issues that have demanded that she doesn’t eat gluten.
Simple Gluten Free Kitchen contains recipes and discussions about how to change your life and to make the gluten-free diet a part of it. There are loads of details and practical advice given.
Rachel Druckenmiller is an author of Rachel’s Nourishing Kitchen. She has suffered from a variety of health related issues and she has found that cooking and eating food that’s both healthy and nourishing can help her heal. Her philosophy is that you need to connect with your food and the way it comes to you.
Her recipes are well separated and categorized, but there are also articles about a variety of topic on health and living life to the fullest.
Kristine, who runs The Gluten Free Lifesavers (TGFL), has a unique approach to writing a blog. Most of the authors behind gluten-free related blogs write about it from the viewpoint of someone who needs to stop eating gluten. This blog is different since it’s applicable to both those who can’t and those who just don’t want to eat gluten.
The site is divided into multiple sections that include recipes and the reviews that go in depth about the products that are needed to run a gluten-free lifestyle. The posts are beautifully illustrated and simply and effectively written.
The author of Every Day Healthy Recipes is Monika Dabrowski. She has grown up in Poland and her culinary options were limited there. The food was simple but tasty. When she moved to Canada she discovered the diversity of culinary options in this country and become fascinated with them.
On the blog she shares the recipes that she loves, and that can be made by anyone, even those without much culinary knowledge. She cooks healthy food, classic with a modern twist, and doesn’t put too many dietary restrictions on the recipes she shares.
This blog has come about with a simple premise. Holly, the author, wanted to eat and live healthily, but she needed the motivation to do so. She started writing and sharing her experiences with the readers and the community formed around her writings, which has become her biggest source of motivation to keep going.
The Healthy Hunter Blog holds recipes with the detailed ingredients list and the beautiful photos of finished meals. The recipes section is well separated by multiple categories such as dairy-free, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and other options.
60. Eighty Twenty
Lindsay Kay Kordick is a registered dietitian and an ACSM certified exercise physiologist, which gives her a unique perspective on cooking and it’s relation lifestyle. Her belief is that living healthy doesn’t have to be a full-time job and that it’s all about finding the balance.
The 80/20 refers to the idea that if you take care of 80 percent of your diet you can indulge the other 20 percent if the time; and that’s exactly how the recipes on Eighty Twenty are divided.
Jinjee Talifero is an author, a blogger, and a dietitian. She’s a vegan who is also dedicated to a healthy lifestyle that she promotes both online and in her own household. The blog has started as a helpful tool for keeping a raw vegan diet but, it has gone beyond that.
Jinjee writes about the food she prepares and about her spiritual life with the same passion and interest.
Nuuaria means ‘new air’. It is a site that is run with the belief that you can change your bad habits. Part of that change comes with what we eat, and you will find plenty of yummy and healthy recipes on the site, which is no surprise as the site is run by Maya Nahra and Kristen Ueberschaer, who are both registered dietitians. The third member of the team is Pam Biendit.
The blog is full of topics relating to habit change, and lifestyle design.
Lindsay Pleskot has a unique approach to healthy dieting. She believes not in restriction but in trusting your body and your needs. Everything is a matter of moderation and balance and you can have a healthy lifestyle while eating the food that you love.
And she has qualifications to prove what she is saying, with BS in Science, with a major in Dietetics. The site is full of recipes and advice to help you diet in a healthy way.
There are two things that separate Lauren, the author The Dessert Dietitian, from most other bloggers. The first is the fact that she has actually went to med school and is a registered dietitian, and the second is that she loves desserts and wants to keep enjoying them while still eating a healthy diet.
The blog consists of recipes that Lauren has written herself and which are written about elegantly.
65. Andy the RD
Andy is a registered and accredit dietitian. That provides him with the unique outlook on the matters he writes about. I really like his blog as he doesn’t offer any quick fixes when it comes to diet and weight loss. As Andy puts it, there are no weight loss gimmicks, supplements or quick fixes that will get you long term results.
Andry the RD is all about helping you get healthy, and remain healthy in the long term through nutrition.
Jerry’s Kitchen has a unique perspective on food blogging. They are actually a catering company dedicated to providing healthy food to families and events. The blog is just a small part of their business dedicated to showcasing how they work.
The blog is quite simple – it offers recipes that you can order at Jerry’s or try to make them at home with the description and tips they provide.
Nourish Real Food is written by Sara Bradford, a registered holistic nutritionist. Her secret is that she doesn’t believe in holistic approach to nutrition and food. In fact, she only believes in listening to your own body and its needs. That means that sometimes you can eat what you want, even if it is considered unhealthy.
Her site has two sections. One of the sections are the recipes, and in the other section you will find her writings about healthy food and how to and enjoy it.
Alina Z is a professional chef and certified health coach. She used to work in advertising and didn’t pay attention to the healthy diet and how it affects people’s lives. Her philosophy about diet is simple – you should listen to your body and create the diet based on your needs.
The blog offers free recipes that are easy to use and implement in your daily life even if you don’t have that much willpower.
69. Mind Body Food
Viki Thondley-Moore, the author of this blog, is a holisitc counselor and integrative coach, a meditation teacher and rapid transformation therapist. She has a no-nonsense approach to practicing medicine and dietary therapy. Her philosophy is to find the root mental and psychological reasons behind dietary issues and to change the diet based on that findings.
Mind Body Food mostly focuses on articles that Viki wrote about the innovative approach to eating that starts from within the mind.
70. The Whole Tulip
When Carolyn Hallett and Adri Warrick started writing for The Whole Tulip, they had two very different perspectives. Carolyn was a political consultant and Adri was an exhausted mother of two. They believe in bio individuality which teaches us that every person needs to find a way to organize their own life and their diet.
The blog offers tips and tricks to help you start eating and living in a more healthy way on a day by day basis. The Whole Tulip will help you eat better, and with it feel and live better.
Elite Nutrition and Performance used to be a one women show and then it grew into the community of like-minded people who want to bring excellence in health and sports careers. The site goes beyond helping those who are already fit and has solutions for a variety of dietary issues.
The blog posts are written in a simple way and are easy to understand. They mostly consist of helpful tutorials and how to guides that anyone can benefit from.
Jessica Procini has struggled with a weight problem her entire life. She did everything she could imagine to change this and nothing has yielded results. At one point, she realized that her problems are psychological and not dietary. That is when she decided to work on herself instead of her diet.
The blog answers all of the questions an emotional eater might have. If you’re struggling with weight loss for years, and no diet has worked, don’t miss Jessica’s blog!
Michele has a degree in Nutrition Education and she has developed her own philosophy of dieting based on what she has learned in college. There are a lot of different approaches to this matter but she is focused on finding the balance between your personal needs and your own limits.
Health Coach Michelle blog is quite practical and it offers tips and ideas on how you can change your diet one step at the time, and which nutrients you should consume (and why).
Dr. Katerina Vasilaki, the author of this blog is a registered dietitian and nutritionist and has a Masters Degree in medical science in human nutrition with specialization in clinical nutrition.
She found her inspiration in the food and culture of the Mediterranean where she grew up. However, she disliked the way other nutritionist talk about their job and never claims that her way is the only way to go, nor that it will solve all the health problems an individual has.
The Mediterranean Dietitian offers simple and easy to make recipes composed of healthy ingredients only. There are a few thought pieces that discuss the philosophy behind this kind of dieting.
75. That Fitster
Catarina, a mother of three, had weight and skin problems and didn’t like to cook all that much. That doesn’t sound like a background for a health blogger, but that’s what she became after deciding to change her life around.
That Fitster is separated into sections that discuss food, lifestyle and fitness. Each of the sections is a piece of the puzzle that can inspire you towards real-life, fun and healthy lifestyle change.
76. For Gluten Sake
Carrie, the driving force behind For Gluten Sake website, was unfortunately diagnosed with celiac desiase, which turned her life upside down… as it turns out in hindsight, for the better.
Carrie started to live gluten-free, she learned to cook with confidence and traveled more than before. Now she wants to help all of those living with celiac desiase or suffering from gluten intolerance.
On her site, you will find many reviews of restaurants, bars, stores and similar establishments that offer gluten free food, found all across the globe. You will also find a gluten free living guide, as well as many, many recipes and tutorials on how to prepare delicious food, so do check the site out!
Libby, the author of Not Your Average Nutritionist, is a registered dietitian with a master’s degree in Nutrition Sciences. Her blog is rather open and she writes about her life and the way food is a part of it. She wrote for a variety of health related publications and appeared on numerous shows.
The blog goes into detail about the diet that can help you live a healthy lifestyle. The articles focus on the science behind nutrition. It’s informational, and it can be read and understood by anyone.
Chantal, the author of Nutty 4 Nutrition ,was a registered massage therapist suffering from chronic digestive problems. Soon she realized that most of her digestive problems can be solved by changing her diet and focusing on the natural and healthy ingredients that have healed her inside and out.
Chantal writes recipes and reviews of products designed to help those with problems similar to hers. The recipes are simple and can be made in every home.
Jessica is a writer, a photographer and a cook from New York. Her interest in the specialized diets came about when the oldest of her four sons had digestive problems and food allergies. She started to change her approach to food and she blogged about the effects it had on the family.
From Jessica’s Kitchen blog is rather simple and that’s its charm. It is full of recipes that Jessica writes and shares. That’s a rare refreshment in the world of natural diet, where everyone is selling something. The food she cooks is simple, tasty and gluten, dairy, soy, tomato, pineapple and pistachio free. It’s mostly paleo friendly, grain and corn free and plant based, too.
Holly Morello is a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Both her sons are athletes, and with them she understood how important diet is for the health of an individual.
Her writings at Nourishing Excellence are diverse and range from actual recipes and diet plans to thought pieces on the subject of healthy life and the way diet impacts it.
Susan Barendregt writes about what she calls functional nutrition. It focuses on the fact that food is the most important part of our health and that every person should have a unique approach to dieting and personal health.
Her blog goes into details of the science behind food and diet. The articles are data-based, but they are also easy to understand, which makes her blog super valuable.
82. 123 Nourish Me
Alice is a health expert behind 123 Nourish Me. She’s passionate about the use of organic and natural products in her family’s meals. She’s also a mother of twin boys so she knows a lot about cooking meals that are made for the whole family.
The blog is dedicated to articles about food in general and about healthy, natural and organic food for kids and babies.
Kate Crocker has a child with celiac disease, so one of her interests is preparing gluten-free food for kids, especially for a school lunchbox. Hence the name of the blog.
Gluten Free Lunchboxes features tons of recipes. Each post goes in much deeper detail than most other blogs, and draws us in a personal story about the food that’s being prepared.
84. Healthy GF Asian
Daphne Goh is a cook from Malaysia currently living in Australia. Her interest in food is inspired by her geographical background and her diverse experiences. In 2013. she had discovered that she has a gluten intolerance which required her to completely modify her diet.
The main focus of Healthy GF Asian blog are gluten-free recipes along with a fantastic index of recipes to help you find your way.
Like many other blogs, Real Raw Nutrtion has been found as a result of a personal problem that the site owner, Anthea Frances, a natural healing practitioner had. She has always felt sick and out of energy and couldn’t find a way to change that. The help came in the form of a raw food diet.
The blog is dedicated to articles about philosophy and science behind raw food. There are also motivational stories to pump you up and get started. Recipes have their own section on the site.
Laura is a blogger who writes about gluten-free diet from personal experience. She was diagnosed with gluten intolerance about 18 years ago and has found a type of diet that will keep her healthy and full of energy.
My Gluten Free Guide offers both recipes and reviews of personally tested products that are gluten free. You will also find ‘gluten-free’ travel guides for various countries around the globe, and various places in the UK.
Susan Hughes has a unique approach to healthy dieting. She is a certified nutritional consultant and a holder of a Master’s Degree in Psychological Counseling; her approach to the subjects comes as a mixture of these two fields. Her specialty is helping people with cancer through both diet and counseling.
The blog features articles ranging from practical advice on how to deal with a particular problem to general articles about nutrition. You will also find many articles offering inspirational stories from the people Susan has helped.
The Bread and Buddha is a blog ran by a married couple. The name of the blog refers to their perspective on nutrition. Mark is a chef and Pam is a yoga teacher and a holistic health coach. The goal is to combine their expertise and to make a blog that helps both the body and the soul.
The blog is separated into a few sections: the main section is the recipes, then there are multiple reviews of popular products and there’s even a portion about music and how it fits into improving our health and our lives.
89. My Intake Pro
My Intake Pro takes a scientific and nuanced approach to calorie counting and taking care of your nutritional needs. It comes from a philosophy that says that you can’t monitor what you can’t measure and that monitoring your food intake is the path towards creating a healthy routine.
The blog is about the food that you should eat and the ways to track your food intake and exercise routine in order to make the most of it.
Jen-Kui Maxwell who runs The Nutrition Nomad is an accredited practicing dietitian. She likes to travel, hike and ride a bike, and does that all over the world while exploring the cuisine of the places she visits.
The site is divided into two parts. The first one is dedicated to cooking, while the second part is all about traveling. The recipes are easy to search through because they are organized by meal types. In all of the recipes you will find that local ingredients are used, and local flavors are the result.
Nutrition and lifestyle coach Calie is a wellness expert who believes that wellness is about finding the balance between a healthy diet, a healthy lifestyle, and doing the things you love. Food plays a big part in anyone’s life because it provides you with the energy for everything else.
Coach Calie‘s blog posts alternate between healthy and easy to make recipes and posts about fitness and how to make your body into a vessel for doing what you want in life.
92. Gluten Free Doll
Sandra, the author of Gluten Free Doll, is allergic to gluten and the blog started as a place to talk about how difficult it is to live without gluten and how it can be frustrating to be forced to change your diet. Later on, the blog has evolved into something more and it helped people deal with their dietary requirements.
The blog talks about celiac disease and how to get tested for it. There are also plenty of recipes that will help you enjoy food just as much as before, even if you can’t consume gluten.
93. Feel Well Food
Dorothy Krupnick is a registered dietitian and in that capacity she has worked with patient’s dealing with a variety of illnesses, ranging from those related to weight issues, to cancer and diabetes. She’s a cook and the blog is used to combine these two things she knows most about.
Feel Well Food offers recipes ranging from simple ones to the very complex and it explains the story and the science behind the recipes in a way everyone can understand.
Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a psychoanalyst, author and talk show host who has a clinical practice in Los Angeles. She specializes in eating disorders, and understands the shame, anxiety and desperation that come with them. She has also battled with eating disorders personally, but has won the diet war.
At Make Peace with Food Today you can read articles and listen to podcasts that explain the science between the dietary problems and weight gain in particular. It’s informative and written comprehensively.
Karina, the author of Gluten Free Goddess, has found out that she has celiac disease in 2001. The news was shocking and it took her a whole year to figure out her life and adjust to a new diet.
The blog has tons of recipes divided into a ton of categories, such as ones that are vegan, gluten and dairy free, or ones showcasing only cakes and cupcakes. You can find whatever you’re looking and still have a sweet tooth if you have celiac disease.
Karina has also taken the time to write a guide for people who want to go gluten-free.
Ginny was diagnosed with diabetes in 2005. and she needed to lose weight fast. That’s why she went on a low-carb diet and felt invigorated and full of energy after a while. That’s when she has decided to live on a low-carb diet for the rest of her life.
Ginny’s Low Carb Kitchen is full of low-carb recipes, which are divided by the meal type. Every single food described in the recipes is delicious and can be made by both a professional chef and an amateur.
Vickie Ewel runs Kickin’ Carb Clutter. She has had trouble with weight gain before and she’s managed to lose 40 pounds by following the Atkins diet. Later on, a medical issue had her locked to a hospital bed for two years, after which she returned to the low-carb, original Atkins diet and found her strength again.
Her blog is a mixture of personal stories, thought pieces about dieting and the modern scientific findings on what foods we should consume. And of course, you’ll find a lot of great recipes too.
Beyond Celiac is an organization dedicated to helping those with this disease. It helps with diagnoses, cure, and dieting. The organization also takes voluntary contribution and offers guidance and counseling to those in need.
The blog features recipes, successful stories and scientific articles about the subject, all of which are written simply and with great care.
Sema, the lady behind Eat Without Gluten, is a college student diagnosed with celiac disease. She has a positive outlook on a gluten-free diet, and thinks of it as a blessing in disguise.
Her blog is full of recipes, personal posts and practical and educational insight on the gluten-free diet. As Sema puts it, as much as we all love salad, there’s only so much of it we can eat before we crave for more variety.
Jo Scott-Dalgleish is a sports nutritionist who writes about experiences with professional athletes and their diet. Her specialization is helping athletes in endurance sports create a diet that allows them to train more efficiently and gain better results.
Her blog Endurance Sports Nutritionist consists of think pieces about the dieting industry and its role in living healthily and of recipes that you can actually use and make yourself.
There you go, 100 blogs with TONS of quality information and numerous recipes to choose from for your next healthy & tasty meal.
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