It’s hard to know where to start with healthy eating – there are just so many options and avenues to get lost in. We aim to simplify what is a very important aspect of our modern lives – diet. From educating yourself on your gut bacteria to getting rid of junk food in your house, food blogs are a great source of info!
VNutrition is the place to go for healthy yet tasty vegan food. Mary Ellen Valverde, the blog’s owner, is a licensed nutritionist who’s passion is helping people feel better on a a plant-based diet. She loves sharing easy to make dishes and wants to show people that plant-based eating can be delicious while still being good for you.
#2 Civil Eats
Civil Eats focuses on farming, the environment, food policy, and farm to table style blogs that emphasize health just as much as food. If you’re looking to read about eating healthy and fresh farming (along with all the policies that go with it), Civill Eats is my number one recommendation.
Real Food Real Deals was created by a working mom who got tired of feeding her family junk food and took to food blogging in a mission to share healthy tips and recipes for clean eating. The blog offers plenty of budget-friendly recipes that are easy to prepare and healthy, yet still taste good enough for the whole family to enjoy.
The Food Medic blog is a fantastic one for healthy eating recipes and aspirations. Even better, since the owner – Hazel Wallace, is a qualified medical doctor, you know that what the post’s entail is beneficial in every sense of the word. In fact, it educates the reader on the food that makes each recipe, how it’s good for your gut, your wellbeing, your mindset and of course, your health and shape.
This is the healthy eating food blog that you’ve been searching for if you’re looking to gain long-term nutritional changes in your life. Nutritionally Stripped provides you with educational articles, wholesome recipes, and a passion to help you live your healthiest life. Written by McKel Kooeinga, a registered dietitian and nutritionist, this blog is the aesthetically pleasing, easy-to-navigate, reliable food blog to educate and nourish your body from within.
The Food Life RD is a food and wellness blog dedicated to real-food recipes that are designed by a registered dietitian. No weird ingredients, fad diets, or restrictive eating patterns, just delicious and nutrient-packed foods. The Food Life RD has plenty of adaptable recipes, that can easily be made vegetarian or vegan, with an emphasis on balanced meals and a healthy relationship with food.
#7 Serena Poon
Serena prepares meals for busy executives and also teaches celebrities how to cook cleaner, and how to restore your body of depleted nutrients after long work days.
The Anti-Candida Diet is a low-sugar, anti-inflammatory diet plan that aims to restore gut health. The diet includes non-starchy vegetables, some low sugar fruits, non-glutinous grains, fermented foods, and healthy proteins.
Rachel provides invaluable advice about achieving a sustainable, practical, and healthy diet. Recipe builders provide tools for creating healthy meals and articles provide insight into balancing a healthy mindset around food.
#10 Radical Strength
Easy, healthy, family-friendly recipes for meal prep. Healthy snacks, breakfasts, lunches, all high in protein with balanced macronutrients and high nutritional value.
#11 How To Vegan
After seven years as a television writer for Entertainment Tonight and Rachael Ray, Natalie Freed decided to embrace her passion for health conscious cooking. In 2013, she graduated from Natural Gourmet Institute, a preeminent health-supportive culinary school, based in New York City. Natalie currently creates family-friendly vegan recipes for her husband and two children.
#12 Savage Wellness
There is a lot of information out there about what makes for a healthy diet, but I am a firm believer that keeping it simple and sustainable is what will get you the results you’re looking for. There are a lot of diets that will work to get weight off, but keeping it off and feeling great while doing it is where we need to focus to create the healthy body we’re truly after.
Written by a dietitian and trained chef, NutritionxKitchen is features original, delicious, and nutritious chef-created, dietitian inspired recipes that will make you learn to love (and crave) veggies. Nutrition starts in the kitchen, so feel good making these recipes filled with the good stuff!
From the founder: My name is Leigh. My food blog is Craving California. I focus on healthy(ish) California Cuisine. I am not a diet or nutrition blog but I do serve up lots of healthy recipes like my latest Green Curry Chicken Thighs with Fresh Mango or my Green Panzanella Salad with Avocado and Snap Peas as well as my (dairy free) Tangerine and Olive Oil Cake.