Top 6 Nutrition Blogs

The post contain best nutrition recipes, diet trends, and realistic tips to help you eat smarter or just happen to love food.

1. My New Roots

A cook, Sarah attended the Institute of Nutrition in Toronto. We love that you can also pick recipes by season. She started blogging in 2007 to give her knowledge of nutrition. She is passionate about whole food that creates mouthwatering recipes she prove it. You will find anything from chocolate buckwheat granola to noodle soup.

2. Nutrition U

After surviving the big operation, Paula found strength to use nutritional healing and complementary treatments. Now she wants to help other people with same problem with feel stronger, calmer and more energized.

3. Sassy Kitchen

Due to digestive problem, Julia can try gluten-free recipe with raw and vegan diets. She combined her passion to heal her health on her blog Sassy Kitchen. Now she’s on the mission for making everything gluten-free versions like this raspberry muffin recipe. You can search her recipes as your diet needs (there are so many recipes like gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian options), as well as meal type and season.

4. Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

In 2012, Lexi was sick and feeling not well all the time. After one year she changes her food and starting a regular exercise habit, Lexi’s Clean Kitchen was born. While she was not care of her specific food, many of her food recipes are Paleo-friendly, gluten-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, vegan, or vegetarian. Bonus: every food recipe is labeled at the top, so you know exactly who can partake.

5. Fit Foodie Finds

This blog has covered our food recipes. Lee is our workout & yoga instructor who make food recipes with healthy and mostly gluten-free items. And she is suffering from enthusiasm. Just view her post on almond butter, where she tell about the of vanilla bean in the spread.

6. Guys and Good Health

This blog is just two regular guys talking about food, exercise and men’s health. It’s a personal blog written to help people who are living alone and eat healthy food.