It’s November. Eleven months ago you resolved to eat healthier, but as you stare down the barrel of another fat-filled, sugar-laden holiday season you realize that, barring a few extra carrots sticks or a salad now and then, your diet has stayed pretty much the same. Don’t panic. These 13 food blogs for can help you jump start your healthy eating and keep it going well into next year.
In addition to being newly gluten free, Brittany is a health coach and a personal trainer. Her food is easy, healthy, and delicious. Reading her blog and cooking her recipes feels like spending the day with a good friend.
Danielle keeps her recipes seasonal and fresh, but is not above adding in a cupcake now and then. Her banana-free protein smoothie is an easy and delicious way to take breakfast on the go, especially when followed up with “souper simple” kale, tortellini, and bean soup for lunch!
This lovely blog features delicious snacks and recipe tips, plus giveaways and motivation for reaching your fitness goals. Some of the content is sponsored, but the author notes those posts clearly, and they do not interfere with the mission of the blog: living a life fueled by healthy food and fitness!
This blog features lovely sweet treats, but each recipe works hard to incorporate some element of healthy eating, whether it’s chia seeds in a pumpkin pie pudding parfait or crisp delicious green apples in a leek soup that’s topped with omega 3-rich walnuts. Running to the Kitchen also has a “guides and how-tos” section with tips and tricks for things like using up leftovers and making your own vanilla coconut oat milk.
Rabbit Food For My Bunny Teeth is a cutesy blog with some seriously delicious food and helpful nutrition information. The author created a “rabbit food pyramid” that outlines just what you need to get all of your essentials while eating a vegetarian diet, meal by meal. Weight loss and healthy eating go hand-in-hand here, with the author sharing her own lifelong struggles with her weight. This blog is great for a kind, supportive nudge and encouragement for healthier food choices!
Yes, there are recipes on this blog. Yes, there is information on fitness, specifically running. What we like about this blog is the fact that it is written by a busy new mom who wears many hats and still has time to feed her family homemade, healthy food. Caitlin’s recipes will convince you that, yes, you do have the time and the skill to eat better!
This down home blog is all about the pumpkin right now, offering a free e-Book to new subscribers. Never mind the fact that the book is free. The recipes on this blog are luscious, healthy adaptations of good old southern cooking. The super simple sweet potato biscuits will change what you think you know about biscuits, using sweet potatoes and coconut oil to bump up the nutritional benefits. The author of this blog is working on weight loss, so most recipes have basic nutritional information listed at the bottom of the page.
When you think of healthy eating, cocktails don’t usually spring to mind, but in a recent post Fit Bottomed Eats analyzes popular drinks and mixers to help make cocktails just a bit less taxing to the system. The goal of this blog is to “Be a foodie with a fit booty,” so they focus on eating the foods you like in a healthy way. And who wouldn’t want nine healthy ways to get a chocolate fix or a recipe for tuna zoodle mac and cheese? Add to that a tab for ways to eat that organizes recipes into vegan, paleo, low-carb, and more, and you have a great healthy-eating resource.
Breakfast to Bed’s author cat Bowen is a triathelete and a busy mom of two