It’s January, which means New Year’s resolutions are in full swing. In order to help you stay on track and meet your goals — whatever they may be — healthy food bloggers have got your back.
From paleo and keto, to Weight Watchers and vegan, and everything in between, these savvy food bloggers are dishing out the healthiest recipes that will satisfy all your cravings, offer some kitchen inspiration and make 2019 your most fulfilling year yet.
Thinking about going paleo but not sure where to start? Nom Nom Paleo has all the tips, tricks and recipes to simplify a paleo lifestyle. Creator Michelle Tam has even put together some paleo meal plans to take out all the guesswork.
Yumna Jawad is the blogger behind Feel Good Foodie. After she got married, Jawad taught herself to cook and discovered her passion for creating recipes. She uses her blog to share her “enthusiasm for nutrition and clean eating” with other busy moms “who want healthy fun solutions for their families.”
As one of the most popular food blogs around today, Skinnytaste has everything you need for a successful and healthy 2019 of food. The blogger behind Skinnytaste, Gina Homolka, doesn’t just offer hundreds of healthy recipes on her site. She also includes meal plan strategies and meal prep recipes that’ll keep you on track.
The Domestic Man focuses on all of your paleo-friendly and gluten-free recipe needs. Russ Crandall’s website may be simple, but don’t be fooled. His recipes are definitely worth trying. Crandall serves in the U.S. Navy as a translator and has used his travels all over the world to influence the recipes he shared on his site like bobó de camarão (Brazilian shrimp stew) and karela bhaji (pan-fried bitter melon).
Liz Della Croce, the blogger behind The Lemon Bowl, uses her blog to share “delicious recipes that just so happen to be good for you.” And it isn’t just recipes. She also offers healthy living tips on her site, including weight loss and nutrition. Della Croce herself has maintained a 60-pound weight loss over the last 12 years, so she knows a thing or two about healthy living.
Focusing on natural, gluten-free and low-carb recipes, Wholesome Yum shares recipes that use 10 or fewer ingredients. The site also sorts recipes by diet so you can quickly search by category, like Whole30, keto or vegetarian, and discover a new recipe that fits your lifestyle.
Alexis Kornblum Davidson started Lexi’s Clean Kitchen in 2013 after GI issues began to get in the way of her daily activities. Through experimentation and over time, she discovered a healthy lifestyle that works for her, and now she shares her experience and recipes so others can do the same. On Lexi’s Clean Kitchen you’ll find “recipes that are gluten-free, mostly dairy-free, paleo-friendly, refined sugar-free, and soy-free.”
Elena’s Pantry focuses on easy, healthy, grain-free and paleo recipes. Founder Elana Amsterdam also uses her blog to share health advice based on her experiences overcoming “challenging diagnoses including celiac disease and multiple sclerosis.”
Oh She Glows is a vegan blog from Angela Liddon, who struggled with an eating disorder until her mid-20s. Now, Liddon uses her blog to share her journey to a healthy eating path. “Food used to be the enemy, but now’s it’s a huge source of pleasure in my life. I no longer feel the desire to binge eat like I used to because my body doesn’t feel deprived,” she shares on her site.
Fit Foodie Finds is a lifestyle site dedicated to healthy living inspiration. Founded by Lee Hersh, Fit Foodie Finds doesn’t just focus on recipes (though that’s a big part of the site) but also on mental health, fitness and lifestyle.