When we first started out on our journey to cleaner eating, these 5 blogs were so helpful! I wanted to share them with you so you can be sure to benefit from them like I did!
Jessica’s site is a wealth of health-related information. With everything from recipes to How-Tos, to health & wellness tips, there is never a lack of info on eating clean and taking care of your body. Jessica’s story is so inspiring and her authenticity refreshing. If you’re looking for solid info, definitely check out her site and subscribe to make sure you don’t miss out on her posts! You can also find Jessica on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Google+.
Carol was one of the first people I looked up to when I started blogging. After she was diagnosed with IBS, she cut out gluten, went grain-free and saw great improvements in her health. Carol is an author and just an all-around nice person! Her recipes are amazing, and her desserts alone make my mouth water. =) Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date on all her latest posts. You can catch Carol on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Caitlin of Grass Fed Girl
Caitlin’s story of yo-yo dieting and her fluctuating weight resonates with many. She tried the whole “low fat” diet thing, then went on to vegetarianism and finally realized that something just wasn’t quite right. After finding help from alternative practitioners, she has balanced her health, and is thriving on a high quality fats & proteins/whole foods diet. Not only does Caitlin have personal experience, but she has a list of credentials to back her!Subscribe to Grass Fed Girl for all sorts of recipes and health insights! You can connect with Caitlin via Facebook, Twitter,Instagram, and Pinterest.
Karen’s blog is unique and transparent. She’s documented her journey to lose 100 pounds on a low-carb, Paleo diet since 2011. Her recipes are fresh and creative! Even though Holistically Engineered contains tons of awesome recipes, that’s not all it features. You’ll see posts on everything from essential oils to the benefits of vanilla beans to other health-related topics. If you’re on a weight loss journey yourself, you definitely want to check out Holistically Engineered, and subscribe to be motivated and encouraged! You can connect with Karen on Facebook,Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.
Kelly of A Girl Worth Saving
Kelly is my idol in many ways! She’s a successful blogger, mommy to an an adorable little boy and is honestly the most kind, helpful person I’ve met in the blogosphere. Kelly never says no to helping a fellow blogger and is just an all-around awesome gal. Kelly realized she was pre-diabetic back in 2009 and was a vegetarian for 9 years. After changing to a grain-free diet, she lost 65 pounds and healed the depression and anxiety she’d been dealing with for years. Kelly’s recipes are amazing, and if you subscribe to her blog, you’ll never have a shortage of meal inspiration! Connect with Kelly on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
I hope these bloggers give you new meal inspiration and motivation to thrive in your life the way I know you can!