If you’re reading this now, it’s fair to assume you like to scour the net, looking for interesting, relevant and informative tips and tricks to implement into your daily life. With the abundance of body and health blogs, #fitspo Instagram accounts and gluten-free advocates in the online wellbeing world, it’s hard to know what’s good, up-to-date information and what’s not. So we’ve gone ahead and handpicked five of the best body and health blogs you must start reading.
Jessica Sepel, www.jessicasepel.com
Homegrown health, beauty and lifestyle guru Jessica Sepel offers well-versed nutritional advice and (very) achievable health and lifestyle tips. She understands the importance of balance – and the consequences of depriving yourself of the things you love. None of that no-sugar, no-gluten, no-dairy, no-fun business. We like her because she says we can enjoy carbs, chocolate and wine and still remain healthy. #Treatyoself, we say!
Deliciously Ella, www.deliciouslyella.com
If you’re after simple, straightforward and easy vegan recipes, then this blog is for you. After being diagnosed with a rare, debilitating illness, Ella ditched processed, sugar-laden foods and began following a plant-based diet. Breakfast is most definitely her forte – one bite of her date and oat bars and you’ll be instantly converted. Just try not to eat the entire batch in one go.
If you haven’t already discovered mindbodygreen then you’re in for a real treat. The site is a bit like the Mecca of health. It offers a hell of a lot of relevant information; including healthy food choices, recipes, tips for yogis, runners or those who prefer incidental exercise, the importance of happiness, spirituality and much, much more. We guarantee you will get lost in the green smoothie drinking, sun salutation moving, activewear rocking abyss for hours.
Pete Evans, www.peteevans.com
Pete Evans is an Australian chef who fiercely advocates the Paleo lifestyle. He offers a range of simple yet delicious recipes that also happen to be Paleo – chicken nuggets, anyone? His Instagram (@chefpeteevans) is by far one of our favourites. He posts #foodspo so good, you’ll want to lick your iPhone screen. Even if you’re not Paleo, you’ll love his selection of simple, fresh and healthy meals.
Nat Kringoudis, www.natkringoudis.com
Nat Kringoudis’ blog is geared towards women looking to balance their hormones and improve their fertility, alongside providing delicious recipes and lifestyle tips. Whether you’re looking for advice on how to make a baby or throw together a delicious hormone-balancing bone broth dish, Nat can help. She has a bunch of interesting – and sometimes controversial – information on contraception, periods and detoxing.
Do you follow any of the above blogs? What other health gurus do you follow?