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Blogger se kollig: die gesonde kookblog

Blogger se kollig: die gesonde kookblog

Hierdie week is ons trots daarop dat ons Holly Clegg van The Healthy Cooking Blog in die Blogger Spotlight kan sien. Vir diegene wat nuut in die rubriek is, beklemtoon ons elke Vrydag 'n lid van The Daily Meal's Kulinêre inhoudsnetwerk, 'n beperkte groep bloggers wat oor kos en drank skryf.

Ons kyk na hierdie groep talentvolle kosskrywers vir inspirasie en deelname aan The Daily Meal, hetsy vir restaurantaanbevelings of nuwe resepte om vir aandete te probeer. Ons redaksiespan dek alles wat eet en drink, en ons tik op die CCN om op hoogte te bly van wat in die land en die wêreld gebeur - van lekker eet tot tuismaak.

Benewens die blogging en die oprigting van The Healthy Cooking Blog, is Holly Clegg 'n professioneel opgeleide sjef, wie se belangstelling in die kruising tussen kos en gesondheid haar tot 'n suksesvolle loopbaan as skrywer van 'n gesonde eetboek gelei het.

Holly se blog is daarop gemik om haar lesers te help om die balans te vind tussen kosse wat lekker smaak en kos wat goed is vir jou, en wil mense aanmoedig om meer te kook en na te dink oor wat hulle in hul liggaam sit sonder om 'n kompromie aan die smaak in te boet.

Die daaglikse maaltyd: wat is die doel van u blog?
Holly Clegg: Om die besige persoon van vandag te inspireer, aan te moedig en te motiveer om gesonder te kook met my maklike, alledaagse resepte. Vir diegene met diabetes, artritis of kanker, wil ek vir hulle resepte en inligting gee sodat hulle beter kan verstaan ​​dat wat hulle eet 'n verskil kan maak; maar bewys ook dat hulle steeds kos kan geniet met my maklike, gesonder resepte.

Hoe het u met u blog begin?
Nadat ek die Cordon Bleu -kookskool bygewoon het en 'n fynproewerskok was, het ek begin glo dat daar 'n verband is met wat u geëet het en u gesondheid, maar al die 'dieet' -resepte in daardie tyd smaak soos karton of dieetkos. Ek dink ek was my tyd vooruit, want ek het my eerste self gepubliseer trim & TERRIFIC® kookboek in 1993 om aan te toon dat ek vir u 'goeie' kos kon gee wat 'goed' vir u was. Ek onderteken toe met Random House, Running Press, kry woordvoerdergeleenthede van Teflon tot Walmart en verskyn op nasionale programme van QVC [aan die] Vandag Show aan Die 700 Klub. Dus, my afwerking & TERRIFIEK° reeks ontwikkel en gegroei het. Ek het ook begin fokus op meer doelgerigte gesondheidsresepte met my Lekker eet reeks om kookboeke vir diabetes, kanker en artritis in te sluit. Vandag het ek meer as 1 miljoen kookboeke verkoop, maar ek was ook 36 jaar getroud met ongelooflike kinders en nou kleinkinders! Ek glo daarin om 'n balans te vind tussen u professionele en persoonlike lewe.

Wat is 'n paar kosse waarsonder jy nie kan lewe nie?

Ek dink avokado moet op alles wat smaaklik is, klapper en pekanneute op soetgoed. Miskien moet ek ook pekanneutpastei insluit, want dit is bekend dat ek in 'n sitplek 'n hele helfte van 'n tert sny en eet! Dit is egter alles fyn en wonderlik!

Watter kosse kan u nie uithou nie?
Ingemaakte beet en lewer.

Wat is jou trotsste blogpos?
Hierdie pos gaan oor my pa wat kankerbehandeling ondergaan het en hoe ek resepte op hom getoets het. Hy was my inspirasie vir die Eet goed deur kanker kookboek.

Wat is u grootste blog -fout?
Plaas nie genoeg foto's nie. Almal hou daarvan om te sien hoe die kos in die regte lewe lyk! Neem ook tyd om na grammatikale en spelfoute te kyk.

Wat is u onvergeetlikste opmerking van 'n leser?
'Ek hou van u resepte, aangesien ek meestal al die bestanddele in my spens het!' Raai wat, daar is 'n rede hiervoor, aangesien ek slegs algemene, eenmalige inkopiebestanddele insluit. 'N Man in New York het ook my kookboek gekoop Fox & Vriende voorkoms en hy het gesê dat hy gewig verloor het met my boek en dat hy van die resepte hou, maar hy wens die woord 'diabeet' was nie op die voorblad nie, sodat meer mense sou verstaan ​​dat 'n diabeet eintlik net gesond is.

Wat is op u kooklys?
Ek is nie so lief vir musiek nie, maar ek is mal daaroor as my man en kinders en nou kleinkinders in die omtrek is en saam met hulle kook!

Wat is 'n paar kosblogs wat jy liefhet?
Ek dink ek geniet Pinterest in plaas van 'n blog, aangesien die foto's soos 'n lekkergoed op 'n leë maag is! My inkopielys groei altyd nadat ek 'n rukkie op Pinterest gespeel het.

Gunsteling kos -programme?
Natuurlik my eie: Holly Clegg's Mobile Rush-Hour Resepte! Ek kook nou al so lank dat ek eerlikwaar nooit 'n telefoon -app vir resepte gebruik nie, want ek onthou wat ek in die kruideniersware wil hê of 'n resep maak van wat ek koop.

Wat is die beste ding om te blog?

Dit is vir my opwindend en lekker om my passie vir algemene, gesonder resepte van suidelike tot alledaagse kookkuns te kan deel. Net so belangrik vir my is om my resepte vir diabete, kanker en artritis te deel om mense te help om gesonder te eet en te kook, maar steeds hul gunstelinge te geniet.

Die ergste van blogging?

Die enigste negatiewe aspek van blogging is die tydsverbintenis.

Watter resep is jy tans versot op?

Ek is versot op alle dinge wat pampoen bevat ... Die hele maandelikse nuusbrief vir die maandelikse spyskaart in Oktober (teken aan op my webwerf) daarop! Ek het selfs 'n pampoen wat soos 'n voetbal geverf is om as middelpunt te gebruik.

Wat sou selfs u mees lojale volgelinge verbaas wees om van u te wete te kom?

ek het 'n groot eetlus en maak altyd my bord skoon; en ek is baie lief vir make -up en velsorgprodukte.

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10 blogs vir gesonde kos wat werklik bevredig

Honger na vars, werklikheidsgekontroleerde eetadvies? Hierdie bloggers lewer.

Getty Images Met eindelose Instagrams van bordjies en tweets oor mode -diëte, is dit maklik om oorweldig te word deur al die voedingsgeraas aanlyn. Ontspan en boekmerk hierdie 10 slimlesings oor goeie kos en gesonde eetgewoontes.

Beste RD -blog
Voeding Wow
"Gesonde leefstyl, hou die vervelige": dit is die leuse van Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. Sy gee verteerbare advies (soos wenke om gewig te verloor sonder om kaloriebehep te wees) en heilsame resepte.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons het almal 'n innerlike voedsel -ninja wat met selfvertroue voedselbesluite kan neem, en ons moet net vertraag en luister."

Beste blog om gewig te verloor
Kan u vir aandete bly?
Andie Mitchell het meer as 100 pond verloor (en bly staan) terwyl sy lekkernye soos sjokoladepampoen -donuts geëet het. Kom vir die lekker resepte, bly vir die diep persoonlike plasings oor haar dieetstryd.
Woorde van wysheid: & quot Ek sweer deur slaai (amper) elke dag vir middagete te eet. Ek hoef geen energie te spandeer om 'n gesonde middagete te besluit nie, of om my wilskrag te toets aan die wonderlike snye pizza van $ 2 op die hoek. & Quot

Beste Myth Buster
Voeding ontkoppel
Janet Helm, 'n geregistreerde dieetkundige en joernalis, hou 'n kritiese oog op warm onderwerpe, van versadigde vet (is dit regtig OK?) Tot die opkoms van Frankenfoods. U kan baie vind oor nuwerwetse eetgoed (soos kombucha) en dieetvlakke.
Woorde van wysheid: Fresh isn & apost altyd die beste. Bevrore produkte kan net so voedsaam wees: & quot

Beste Vegan blog
Soet aartappelsiel
Jenn à ©, grootgeword as 'n kieskeurige eter, haat die meeste gesonde kos, behalwe patats. Nou, as 'n veganistiese sjef, het sy & aposs haar repertorium uitgebrei en resepte aangebied wat so toegeeflik was dat sy die mees deurwinterde karnivore op 'n plantaardige manier kon laat werk.
Woorde van wysheid: "Alhoewel ek nie diereprodukte prysgegee het nie, het ek albei baie verbeter."

Beste glutenvrye blog
Glutenvrye meisie en die sjef
Shauna Ahern is die web- en aposs-kenner oor 'n glutenvrye bestaan, haar man is die sjef. U vind 'n duidelike gids vir bak, video -tutoriale en antwoorde op vrae soos & quot Kan u tuisgemaakte pasta sonder eiers maak? & Quot (Ja!)
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is natuurlik natuurlik om eers te fokus op wat u kan eet. Soveel van die kos waarvan u al hou, is natuurlik glutenvry. Fokus daarop. & Quot

Beste blog vir seisoenale eet
Spruit Kombuis
Sara Forte kook en blog, terwyl man Hugh die foto's hanteer van heerlike skeppings soos pampoenbrood met okkerneut-kaneelwerveling. Elke resep gebruik volvoedsel wat in die seisoen is en daaraan herinner dat dit nie veel verg om vars kos goed te laat smaak nie.
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is ook altyd makliker om goed te eet as u gesonde kos byderhand het. Beplan vooruit en maak 'n paar dinge wat u sal behou, soos boerenkoolslaai en granola.

Getty ImagesBeste Paleo -blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam is moontlik die enigste blogger met haar eie aksiefiguur, maar moenie dit laat mislei nie: sy het 'n graad in voeding en voedselwetenskap. Die resepte is nie so swaar op die vleis as wat u sou verwag nie (sy was vroeër 'n vegetariër), en u sal selfs vind dat Paleo Chinese geregte geniet.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ek eet eintlik meer groente as wat ek toe ek 'n vegetariër was, hoofsaaklik omdat al die vaste eiendom in my maag opgeneem is deur pasta, brood en gebakte lekkernye."

Beste vegetariese blog
Natuurlik Ella
Toe haar pa haar tweede jaar op universiteit 'n hartaanval kry, het Erin Alderson (voorletters E.L.L.A.) haar kitskos-dieet vir groentegeld verruil en eet sedertdien slim. Haar resepte is inspirerend, maar prakties, en sy gee altyd makliker alternatiewe vir ongewone bestanddele soos amarant.
Woorde van wysheid: Hou volgraan, peulgewasse, neute, sade, kruie en speserye in jou spens en al wat jy hoef by te voeg, is vars produkte vir 'n volledige maaltyd.

Beste buffet -onderwerpe
NPR & aposs The Salt
As u op die NPR- en aposs -blog klik, is dit soos om in die diepste Google -konyngat ooit te val, en u kan nie ophou om hul mening oor wat op u bord te lees nie. Onder die aanbiedings: die wetenskap agter die uiteindelike sjokoladekoekie en wat om te doen met vreemde boere wat groente bemark.
Woorde van wysheid: Stoor die broodmandjie totdat u klaar is met u ete om te bly eet. Byt in die brood voor u hoofmaaltyd, en u sal waarskynlik u bloedsuiker verhoog en u eetlus versterk. "

Beste vir ouers
Regte ma -voeding
Van truuks vir die aanpak van vurige eters tot advies oor hoe om voedselallergieë te vind, die bedrywige ma-van-twee, Sally Kuzemchak, RD, het dit gedek met 'n stem wat gerusstellend en relatief is.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons eetgewoontes is aan die gang, net soos ons."

Top tweeters
Vyf van ons gunsteling feeds (en moenie vergeet van ons bydraende voedingsredakteur en aposs -handvatsel, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
'N NYU -professor in voeding, voedselstudies en openbare gesondheid, Marion Nestle, PhD, deel die nuus wat u moet weet  — soos wat werklik agter die stygende koste van skoolmiddagete is.

@andybellatti
Die dieetkundige Andy Bellatti in Las Vegas twiet oor voedselpolitiek, volhoubaarheid en  — miskien sy gunsteling onderwerp  — misleidende bemarking.

@nclarkrd
Volg sportvoedingsdeskundige Nancy Clark, RD, vir stiekeme dieetwenke, skakels na belangrike studies en selfs advies oor hoe om gesonde kos by vulstasies te vind.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, skrywer van The Omnivore & aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, benader eet as 'n etiese daad, twiet oor ons afgebroke industriële voedselstelsel, asook die belangrikste voedingsnuus.

@joybauer
Die gesondheidskenner van Today Show & aposs, Joy Bauer, RD, gee wenke in ooreenstemming met haar leuse: "Die lewe is harde kos moet maklik wees."


10 blogs vir gesonde kos wat werklik bevredig

Honger na vars, werklikheidskontroleerde eetadvies? Hierdie bloggers lewer.

Getty Images Met eindelose Instagrams van bordjies en tweets oor mode -diëte, is dit maklik om oorweldig te word deur al die voedingsgeraas aanlyn. Ontspan en boekmerk hierdie 10 slimlesings oor goeie kos en gesonde eetgewoontes.

Beste RD -blog
Voeding Wow
"Gesonde leefstyl, hou die vervelige": dit is die leuse van Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. Sy gee verteerbare advies (soos wenke om gewig te verloor sonder om kaloriebehep te wees) en heilsame resepte.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons het almal 'n innerlike voedsel -ninja wat met selfvertroue voedselbesluite kan neem, en ons moet net vertraag en luister."

Beste blog om gewig te verloor
Kan u vir aandete bly?
Andie Mitchell het meer as 100 pond verloor (en bly staan) terwyl sy lekkernye soos sjokoladepampoen -donuts geëet het. Kom vir die lekker resepte, bly vir die diep persoonlike plasings oor haar dieetstryd.
Woorde van wysheid: Ek sweer deur slaai (amper) elke dag vir middagete te eet. Ek hoef geen energie te spandeer om 'n gesonde middagete te besluit nie, of om my wilskrag te toets aan die wonderlike snye pizza van $ 2 op die hoek. & Quot

Beste Myth Buster
Voeding ontkoppel
Janet Helm, 'n geregistreerde dieetkundige en joernalis, werp 'n kritiese oog op warm onderwerpe, van versadigde vet (is dit regtig OK?) Tot die opkoms van Frankenfoods. U kan baie vind oor nuwerwetse eetgoed (soos kombucha) en dieetvlakke.
Woorde van wysheid: Fresh isn & apost altyd die beste. Bevrore produkte kan net so voedsaam wees: & quot

Beste Vegan blog
Soet aartappelsiel
Jenn à ©, grootgeword as 'n kieskeurige eter, haat die meeste gesonde kos, behalwe patats. Nou, as 'n veganistiese sjef, het sy & aposs haar repertoire uitgebrei en resepte aangebied wat so toegeeflik was dat sy die mees deurwinterde karnivore op 'n plantaardige manier kon laat werk.
Woorde van wysheid: "Alhoewel ek nie diereprodukte prysgegee het nie, het ek albei baie verbeter."

Beste glutenvrye blog
Glutenvrye meisie en die sjef
Shauna Ahern is die web- en aposs-kenner oor 'n glutenvrye bestaan, haar man is die sjef. U vind 'n duidelike gids vir bak, video -tutoriale en antwoorde op vrae soos & quot Kan u tuisgemaakte pasta sonder eiers maak? & Quot (Ja!)
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is natuurlik natuurlik om eers te fokus op wat u kan eet. Soveel van die kos waarvan u al hou, is natuurlik glutenvry. Fokus daarop. & Quot

Beste blog vir seisoenale eet
Spruit Kombuis
Sara Forte kook en blog, terwyl man Hugh die foto's hanteer van heerlike skeppings soos pampoenbrood met okkerneut-kaneelwerveling. Elke resep gebruik volvoedsel wat in die seisoen is en daaraan herinner dat dit nie veel verg om vars kos goed te laat smaak nie.
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is ook altyd makliker om goed te eet as u gesonde kos byderhand het. Beplan vooruit en maak 'n paar dinge wat u sal behou, soos boerenkoolslaai en granola.

Getty ImagesBeste Paleo -blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam is moontlik die enigste blogger met haar eie aksiefiguur, maar moenie dit laat mislei nie: sy het 'n graad in voeding en voedselwetenskap. Die resepte is nie so swaar op die vleis as wat u sou verwag nie (sy was vroeër 'n vegetariër), en u sal selfs vind dat Paleo Chinese geregte geniet.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ek eet eintlik meer groente as wat ek toe ek 'n vegetariër was, hoofsaaklik omdat al die vaste eiendom in my maag opgeneem is deur pasta, brood en gebakte lekkernye."

Beste vegetariese blog
Natuurlik Ella
Toe haar pa haar tweede jaar op universiteit 'n hartaanval kry, het Erin Alderson (voorletters E.L.L.A.) haar kitskos-dieet vir groentegeld verruil en eet sedertdien slim. Haar resepte is inspirerend, maar prakties, en sy gee altyd makliker alternatiewe vir ongewone bestanddele soos amarant.
Woorde van wysheid: Hou volgraan, peulgewasse, neute, sade, kruie en speserye in jou spens en al wat jy hoef by te voeg, is vars produkte vir 'n volledige maaltyd.

Beste buffet -onderwerpe
NPR & aposs The Salt
As u op die NPR- en aposs -blog klik, is dit soos om in die diepste konynholte van Google te val, en u kan nie ophou om hul mening oor wat op u bord te lees nie. Onder die aanbiedings: die wetenskap agter die uiteindelike sjokoladekoekie en wat om te doen met vreemde boere wat groente bemark.
Woorde van wysheid: Stoor die broodmandjie totdat u klaar is met u maaltyd om te bly eet. Byt in die brood voor u hoofmaaltyd, en u sal waarskynlik u bloedsuiker verhoog en u eetlus versterk. "

Beste vir ouers
Regte ma -voeding
Van truuks vir die aanpak van vurige eters tot advies oor hoe om voedselallergieë te vind, die besige ma-van-twee, Sally Kuzemchak, RD, het dit bedek met 'n stem wat gerusstellend en relatief is.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons eetgewoontes is aan die gang, net soos ons."

Top tweeters
Vyf van ons gunsteling feeds (en moenie vergeet van ons bydraende voedingsredakteur en aposs -handvatsel, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
'N NYU -professor in voeding, voedselstudies en openbare gesondheid, Marion Nestle, PhD, deel die nuus wat u moet weet  — soos wat werklik agter die stygende koste van skoolmiddagete is.

@andybellatti
Die dieetkundige Andy Bellatti in Las Vegas twiet oor kospolitiek, volhoubaarheid en  — miskien sy gunsteling onderwerp  — misleidende bemarking.

@nclarkrd
Volg sportvoedingsdeskundige Nancy Clark, RD, vir stiekeme dieetwenke, skakels na belangrike studies en selfs advies oor hoe om gesonde kos by vulstasies te vind.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, skrywer van The Omnivore & aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, benader eet as 'n etiese daad, twiet oor ons afgebroke industriële voedselstelsel, asook die belangrikste voedingsnuus.

@joybauer
Die gesondheidskenner van Today Show & aposs, Joy Bauer, RD, gee wenke in ooreenstemming met haar leuse: "Die lewe is harde kos moet maklik wees."


10 blogs vir gesonde kos wat werklik bevredig

Honger na vars, werklikheidskontroleerde eetadvies? Hierdie bloggers lewer.

Getty Images Met eindelose Instagrams van bordjies en tweets oor mode -diëte, is dit maklik om oorweldig te word deur al die voedingsgeraas aanlyn. Ontspan en boekmerk hierdie 10 slimlesings oor goeie kos en gesonde eetgewoontes.

Beste RD -blog
Voeding Wow
"Gesonde leefstyl, hou die vervelige": dit is die leuse van Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. Sy gee verteerbare advies (soos wenke om gewig te verloor sonder om kaloriebehep te wees) en heilsame resepte.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons het almal 'n innerlike voedsel -ninja wat met selfvertroue voedselbesluite kan neem en alles wat ons moet doen, is om te vertraag en te luister."

Beste blog om gewig te verloor
Kan u vir aandete bly?
Andie Mitchell het meer as 100 pond verloor (en bly staan) terwyl sy lekkernye soos sjokoladepampoen -donuts geëet het. Kom vir die lekker resepte, bly vir die diep persoonlike plasings oor haar dieetstryd.
Woorde van wysheid: & quot Ek sweer deur slaai (amper) elke dag vir middagete te eet. Ek hoef geen energie te spandeer om 'n gesonde middagete te besluit nie, of om my wilskrag te toets aan die wonderlike snye pizza van $ 2 op die hoek. & Quot

Beste Myth Buster
Voeding ontkoppel
Janet Helm, 'n geregistreerde dieetkundige en joernalis, werp 'n kritiese oog op warm onderwerpe, van versadigde vet (is dit regtig OK?) Tot die opkoms van Frankenfoods. U kan baie vind oor nuwerwetse eetgoed (soos kombucha) en dieetvlakke.
Woorde van wysheid: Fresh isn & apost altyd die beste. Bevrore produkte kan net so voedsaam wees: & quot

Beste Vegan blog
Soet aartappelsiel
Jenn à ©, grootgeword as 'n kieskeurige eter, haat die meeste gesonde kosse, behalwe patats. Nou, as 'n veganistiese sjef, het sy & aposs haar repertorium uitgebrei en resepte aangebied wat so toegeeflik was dat sy die mees deurwinterde karnivore op 'n plantaardige manier kon laat werk.
Woorde van wysheid: "Alhoewel ek nie diereprodukte prysgegee het nie, het ek albei baie verbeter."

Beste glutenvrye blog
Glutenvrye meisie en die sjef
Shauna Ahern is die web- en aposs-kenner oor 'n glutenvrye bestaan, haar man is die sjef. U vind 'n duidelike gids vir bak, video -tutoriale en antwoorde op vrae soos & quot Kan u tuisgemaakte pasta sonder eiers maak? & Quot (Ja!)
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is natuurlik natuurlik om eers te fokus op wat u kan eet. Soveel van die kos waarvan u al hou, is natuurlik glutenvry. Fokus daarop. & Quot

Beste blog vir seisoenale eet
Spruit Kombuis
Sara Forte kook en blog, terwyl man Hugh die foto's hanteer van heerlike skeppings soos pampoenbrood met okkerneut-kaneelwerveling. Elke resep gebruik volvoedsel wat in die seisoen is en daaraan herinner dat dit nie veel verg om vars kos goed te laat smaak nie.
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is altyd makliker om goed te eet as u gesonde kos byderhand het. Beplan vooruit en maak 'n paar dinge wat u sal behou, soos boerenkoolslaai en granola.

Getty ImagesBeste Paleo -blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam is moontlik die enigste blogger met haar eie aksiefiguur, maar moenie dit laat mislei nie: sy het 'n graad in voeding en voedselwetenskap. Die resepte is nie so swaar op die vleis as wat u sou verwag nie (sy was vroeër 'n vegetariër), en u sal selfs vind dat Paleo Chinese geregte geniet.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ek eet eintlik meer groente as wat ek geëet het toe ek 'n vegetariër was, veral omdat al die vaste eiendom in my maag deur pasta, brood en gebakte lekkernye opgeneem is."

Beste vegetariese blog
Natuurlik Ella
Toe haar pa haar tweede jaar op universiteit 'n hartaanval kry, het Erin Alderson (voorletters E.L.L.A.) haar kitskos-dieet vir groentegeld verruil en eet sedertdien slim. Haar resepte is inspirerend, maar prakties, en sy gee altyd makliker alternatiewe vir ongewone bestanddele soos amarant.
Woorde van wysheid: Hou volgraan, peulgewasse, neute, sade, kruie en speserye in jou spens en al wat jy hoef by te voeg, is vars produkte vir 'n volledige maaltyd.

Beste buffet -onderwerpe
NPR & aposs The Salt
As u op die NPR- en aposs -blog klik, is dit soos om in die diepste konynholte van Google te val, en u kan nie ophou om hul mening oor wat op u bord te lees nie. Onder die aanbiedings: die wetenskap agter die uiteindelike sjokoladekoekie en wat om te doen met vreemde boere wat groente bemark.
Woorde van wysheid: Stoor die broodmandjie totdat u klaar is met u ete om te bly eet. Byt in die brood voor u hoofmaaltyd, en u sal waarskynlik u bloedsuiker verhoog en u eetlus versterk. "

Beste vir ouers
Regte ma -voeding
Van truuks vir die aanpak van vurige eters tot advies oor hoe om voedselallergieë te vind, die besige ma-van-twee, Sally Kuzemchak, RD, het dit bedek met 'n stem wat gerusstellend en relatief is.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons eetgewoontes is aan die gang, net soos ons."

Top tweeters
Vyf van ons gunsteling feeds (en moenie vergeet van ons bydraende voedingsredakteur en aposs -handvatsel, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
'N NYU -professor in voeding, voedselstudies en openbare gesondheid, Marion Nestle, PhD, deel die nuus wat u moet weet  — soos wat eintlik agter die stygende koste van skoolmiddagete kan wees.

@andybellatti
Die dieetkundige Andy Bellatti in Las Vegas twiet oor kospolitiek, volhoubaarheid en  — miskien sy gunsteling onderwerp  — misleidende bemarking.

@nclarkrd
Volg die sportvoedingsdeskundige Nancy Clark, RD, vir stukkende dieetwenke, skakels na belangrike studies en selfs advies oor hoe om gesonde kos by vulstasies te vind.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, skrywer van The Omnivore & aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, benader eet as 'n etiese daad, twiet oor ons afgebroke industriële voedselsisteem en beklemtoon die belangrikste voedingsnuus.

@joybauer
Die gesondheidskenner van Today Show & aposs, Joy Bauer, RD, gee wenke in ooreenstemming met haar leuse: "Die lewe is harde kos moet maklik wees."


10 blogs vir gesonde kos wat werklik bevredig

Honger na vars, werklikheidskontroleerde eetadvies? Hierdie bloggers lewer.

Getty Images Met eindelose Instagrams van bordjies en tweets oor mode -diëte, is dit maklik om oorweldig te word deur al die voedingsgeraas aanlyn. Ontspan en boekmerk hierdie 10 slimlesings oor goeie kos en gesonde eetgewoontes.

Beste RD -blog
Voeding Wow
"Gesonde leefstyl, hou die vervelige": dit is die leuse van Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. Sy gee verteerbare advies (soos wenke om gewig te verloor sonder om kaloriebehep te wees) en heilsame resepte.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons het almal 'n innerlike voedsel -ninja wat met selfvertroue voedselbesluite kan neem en alles wat ons moet doen, is om te vertraag en te luister."

Beste blog om gewig te verloor
Kan u vir aandete bly?
Andie Mitchell het meer as 100 pond verloor (en bly staan) terwyl sy lekkernye soos sjokoladepampoen -donuts geëet het. Kom vir die lekker resepte, bly vir die diep persoonlike plasings oor haar dieetstryd.
Woorde van wysheid: & quot Ek sweer deur slaai (amper) elke dag vir middagete te eet. Ek hoef geen energie te spandeer om 'n gesonde middagete te besluit nie, of om my wilskrag te toets aan die wonderlike snye pizza van $ 2 op die hoek. & Quot

Beste Myth Buster
Voeding ontkoppel
Janet Helm, 'n geregistreerde dieetkundige en joernalis, werp 'n kritiese oog op warm onderwerpe, van versadigde vet (is dit regtig OK?) Tot die opkoms van Frankenfoods. U kan baie vind oor nuwerwetse eetgoed (soos kombucha) en dieetvlakke.
Woorde van wysheid: Fresh isn & apost altyd die beste. Bevrore produkte kan net so voedsaam wees: & quot

Beste Vegan blog
Soet aartappelsiel
Jenn à ©, grootgeword as 'n kieskeurige eter, haat die meeste gesonde kos, behalwe patats. Nou, as 'n veganistiese sjef, het sy & aposs haar repertoire uitgebrei en resepte aangebied wat so toegeeflik was dat sy die mees deurwinterde karnivore op 'n plantaardige manier kon laat werk.
Woorde van wysheid: "Alhoewel ek nie diereprodukte prysgegee het nie, het ek albei baie verbeter."

Beste glutenvrye blog
Glutenvrye meisie en die sjef
Shauna Ahern is die web- en aposs-kenner oor 'n glutenvrye bestaan, haar man is die sjef. U vind 'n duidelike gids vir bak, video -tutoriale en antwoorde op vrae soos & quot Kan u tuisgemaakte pasta sonder eiers maak? & Quot (Ja!)
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is natuurlik natuurlik om eers te fokus op wat u kan eet. Soveel van die kos waarvan u al hou, is natuurlik glutenvry. Fokus daarop. & Quot

Beste blog vir seisoenale eet
Spruit Kombuis
Sara Forte kook en blog, terwyl man Hugh die foto's hanteer van heerlike skeppings soos pampoenbrood met okkerneut-kaneelwerveling. Elke resep gebruik volvoedsel wat in die seisoen is en daaraan herinner dat dit nie veel verg om vars kos goed te laat smaak nie.
Woorde van wysheid: Dit is altyd makliker om goed te eet as u gesonde kos byderhand het. Beplan vooruit en maak 'n paar dinge wat u sal behou, soos boerenkoolslaai en granola.

Getty ImagesBeste Paleo -blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam is moontlik die enigste blogger met haar eie aksiefiguur, maar moenie dit laat mislei nie: sy het 'n graad in voeding en voedselwetenskap. Die resepte is nie so swaar op die vleis as wat u sou verwag nie (sy was vroeër 'n vegetariër), en u sal selfs vind dat Paleo Chinese geregte geniet.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ek eet eintlik meer groente as wat ek toe ek 'n vegetariër was, hoofsaaklik omdat al die vaste eiendom in my maag opgeneem is deur pasta, brood en gebakte lekkernye."

Beste vegetariese blog
Natuurlik Ella
Toe haar pa haar tweede jaar op universiteit 'n hartaanval kry, het Erin Alderson (voorletters E.L.L.A.) haar kitskos-dieet vir groentegeld verruil en eet sedertdien slim. Haar resepte is inspirerend, maar prakties, en sy gee altyd makliker alternatiewe vir ongewone bestanddele soos amarant.
Woorde van wysheid: Hou volgraan, peulgewasse, neute, sade, kruie en speserye in jou spens en al wat jy hoef by te voeg, is vars produkte vir 'n volledige maaltyd.

Beste buffet -onderwerpe
NPR & aposs The Salt
As u op die NPR- en aposs -blog klik, is dit soos om in die diepste konynholte van Google te val, en u kan nie ophou om hul mening oor wat op u bord te lees nie. Onder die aanbiedinge: die wetenskap agter die uiteindelike sjokoladekoekie en wat om te doen met vreemde boere wat groente bemark.
Woorde van wysheid: Stoor die broodmandjie totdat u klaar is met u ete om te bly eet. Byt in die brood voor u hoofmaaltyd, en u sal waarskynlik u bloedsuiker verhoog en u eetlus versterk. "

Beste vir ouers
Regte ma -voeding
Van truuks vir die aanpak van vurige eters tot advies oor hoe om voedselallergieë te vind, die besige ma-van-twee, Sally Kuzemchak, RD, het dit bedek met 'n stem wat gerusstellend en relatief is.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons eetgewoontes is aan die gang, net soos ons."

Top tweeters
Vyf van ons gunsteling feeds (en moenie vergeet van ons bydraende voedingsredakteur en aposs -handvatsel, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
'N NYU -professor in voeding, voedselstudies en openbare gesondheid, Marion Nestle, PhD, deel die nuus wat u moet weet  — soos wat werklik agter die stygende koste van skoolmiddagete is.

@andybellatti
Die dieetkundige Andy Bellatti in Las Vegas twiet oor voedselpolitiek, volhoubaarheid en  — miskien sy gunsteling onderwerp  — misleidende bemarking.

@nclarkrd
Volg sportvoedingsdeskundige Nancy Clark, RD, vir stiekeme dieetwenke, skakels na belangrike studies en selfs advies oor hoe om gesonde kos by vulstasies te vind.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, skrywer van The Omnivore & aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, benader eet as 'n etiese daad, twiet oor ons afgebroke industriële voedselsisteem en beklemtoon die belangrikste voedingsnuus.

@joybauer
Die gesondheidskenner van Today Show & aposs, Joy Bauer, RD, gee wenke in ooreenstemming met haar leuse: "Die lewe is harde kos moet maklik wees."


10 blogs vir gesonde kos wat werklik bevredig

Honger na vars, werklikheidskontroleerde eetadvies? Hierdie bloggers lewer.

Getty Images Met eindelose Instagrams van bordjies en tweets oor mode -diëte, is dit maklik om oorweldig te word deur al die voedingsgeraas aanlyn. Ontspan en boekmerk hierdie 10 slimlesings oor goeie kos en gesonde eetgewoontes.

Beste RD -blog
Voeding Wow
"Gesonde leefstyl, hou die vervelige": dit is die leuse van Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. Sy gee verteerbare advies (soos wenke om gewig te verloor sonder om kalorie-obsessief te wees) en heilsame resepte.
Woorde van wysheid: "Ons het almal 'n innerlike voedsel -ninja wat met selfvertroue voedselbesluite kan neem, en alles wat ons moet doen, is om stadiger te luister en te luister."

Beste blog om gewig te verloor
Kan u vir aandete bly?
Andie Mitchell het meer as 100 pond verloor (en bly staan) terwyl sy lekkernye soos sjokoladepampoen -donuts geëet het. Kom vir die heerlike resepte, bly vir die diep persoonlike plasings oor haar dieetstryd.
Words of Wisdom: "I swear by eating salad for lunch (almost) every day. I don&apost have to spend any energy deciding on a healthy lunch, or testing my willpower thinking about those amazing $2 slices of pizza on the corner."

Best Myth Buster
Nutrition Unplugged
Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and journalist, casts a critical eye on hot topics, from saturated fat (is it really OK?) to the rise of Frankenfoods. You&aposll find a lot on trendy eats (like kombucha) and diet hypes.
Words of Wisdom: Fresh isn&apost always best. Frozen produce can be just as nutritious: "If you tend to leave your fresh veggies a little too long in the crisper drawer, the nutrient content can plummet."

Best Vegan Blog
Sweet Potato Soul
Growing up as a picky eater, Jenné Claiborne hated most healthy foods, except for sweet potatoes. Now, as a vegan chef, she&aposs widened her repertoire, offering recipes so indulgent she could make the most die-hard of carnivores go plant-based.
Words of Wisdom: "Even though I didn&apost give up animal products for my health or happiness, both have greatly improved."

Best Gluten-Free Blog
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Shauna Ahern is the Web&aposs expert on a no-gluten existence her husband is the chef. You&aposll find a clear guide to baking, video tutorials and answers to questions like "Can you make homemade pasta without eggs?" (Yes!)
Words of Wisdom: "It&aposs natural to focus first on what you can&apost eat. So much of the food you already love is naturally gluten-free. Focus on that."

Best Seasonal-Eating Blog
Sprouted Kitchen
Sara Forte does the cooking and blogging, while husband Hugh handles the photos of delicious creations like pumpkin bread with walnut-cinnamon swirl. Each recipe uses whole foods that are in seasonÂ𠅊 reminder that it doesn&apost take much to make fresh foods taste good.
Words of Wisdom: It&aposs always easier to eat well when you have healthy foods on hand. Plan ahead and make a few things that will keep, like kale salad and granola.

Getty ImagesBest Paleo Blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam may be the only blogger with her own action figure, but don&apost let that fool you: She has a degree in nutrition and food science. The recipes aren&apost as heavy on the meat as you might expect (she used to be a vegetarian), and you&aposll even find Paleo takes on Chinese dishes.
Words of Wisdom: "I actually eat more vegetables than I did when I was a vegetarian—mostly because all that real estate in my stomach was taken up by pasta, bread, and baked treats."

Best Vegetarian Blog
Naturally Ella
When her dad had a heart attack her sophomore year of college, Erin Alderson (initials E.L.L.A.) swapped her fast-food diet for veggie fare and has been eating smart ever since. Her recipes are inspiring but practical— she always gives easier-to- find alternatives to unusual ingredients like amaranth.
Words of Wisdom: Keep whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices in your pantry and all you have to add is fresh produce for a complete meal.

Best Buffet of Topics
NPR&aposs The Salt
Clicking on NPR&aposs blog is like falling down the deepest Google rabbit hole ever—you can&apost stop reading their take on what&aposs on your plate. Among the offerings: the science behind the ultimate chocolate chip cookie and what to do with weird farmers market vegetables.
Words of Wisdom: Save the breadbasket until after you&aposve finished your meal to keep eating in check. "Bite into that bread before your main meal, and you&aposll spike your blood sugar and amp up your appetite."

Best for Parents
Real Mom Nutrition
From tricks for tackling finicky eaters to advice on navigating food allergies, busy mom-of-two Sally Kuzemchak, RD, has got it covered with a voice that&aposs reassuring and relatable.
Words of Wisdom: "Our eating habits are works in progress, just like we are."

Top Tweeters
Five of our favorite feeds (and don&apost forget our contributing nutrition editor&aposs handle, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
An NYU professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, Marion Nestle, PhD, shares the news you need to know—like what&aposs really behind the rising cost of school lunches.

@andybellatti
Las Vegas dietitian Andy Bellatti tweets about food politics, sustainability and—perhaps his favorite topic�ptive marketing.

@nclarkrd
Follow sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, RD, for sneaky diet tips, links to important studies and even advice on how to find healthy food at gas stations.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore&aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, approaches eating as an ethical act, tweeting about our broken-down industrial food system as well as highlighting top nutrition news.

@joybauer
The Today show&aposs resident health expert, Joy Bauer, RD, dishes out tips in keeping with her motto: "Life is hard food should be easy."


10 Healthy Food Blogs That Truly Satisfy

Hungry for fresh, reality-checked eating advice? These bloggers deliver.

Getty ImagesWith endless Instagrams of dinner plates and tweets about fad diets, it&aposs easy to get overwhelmed by all the nutrition noise online. Relax, and bookmark these 10 smart reads about good food and healthy eating.

Best RD Blog
Nutrition Wow
"Healthy living, hold the boring": That&aposs the motto of Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. She delivers digestible advice (like tips for dropping weight without being calorie-obsessed) and wholesome recipes.
Words of Wisdom: "We all have an inner food ninja who can confidently make food decisionsÂ𠅊ll we need to do is slow down and listen."

Best Weight Loss Blog
Can You Stay for Dinner?
Andie Mitchell has lost (and kept off ) more than 100 pounds—while eating treats like chocolate pumpkin doughnuts. Come for the hearty recipes, stay for the deeply personal posts about her dieting struggles.
Words of Wisdom: "I swear by eating salad for lunch (almost) every day. I don&apost have to spend any energy deciding on a healthy lunch, or testing my willpower thinking about those amazing $2 slices of pizza on the corner."

Best Myth Buster
Nutrition Unplugged
Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and journalist, casts a critical eye on hot topics, from saturated fat (is it really OK?) to the rise of Frankenfoods. You&aposll find a lot on trendy eats (like kombucha) and diet hypes.
Words of Wisdom: Fresh isn&apost always best. Frozen produce can be just as nutritious: "If you tend to leave your fresh veggies a little too long in the crisper drawer, the nutrient content can plummet."

Best Vegan Blog
Sweet Potato Soul
Growing up as a picky eater, Jenné Claiborne hated most healthy foods, except for sweet potatoes. Now, as a vegan chef, she&aposs widened her repertoire, offering recipes so indulgent she could make the most die-hard of carnivores go plant-based.
Words of Wisdom: "Even though I didn&apost give up animal products for my health or happiness, both have greatly improved."

Best Gluten-Free Blog
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Shauna Ahern is the Web&aposs expert on a no-gluten existence her husband is the chef. You&aposll find a clear guide to baking, video tutorials and answers to questions like "Can you make homemade pasta without eggs?" (Yes!)
Words of Wisdom: "It&aposs natural to focus first on what you can&apost eat. So much of the food you already love is naturally gluten-free. Focus on that."

Best Seasonal-Eating Blog
Sprouted Kitchen
Sara Forte does the cooking and blogging, while husband Hugh handles the photos of delicious creations like pumpkin bread with walnut-cinnamon swirl. Each recipe uses whole foods that are in seasonÂ𠅊 reminder that it doesn&apost take much to make fresh foods taste good.
Words of Wisdom: It&aposs always easier to eat well when you have healthy foods on hand. Plan ahead and make a few things that will keep, like kale salad and granola.

Getty ImagesBest Paleo Blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam may be the only blogger with her own action figure, but don&apost let that fool you: She has a degree in nutrition and food science. The recipes aren&apost as heavy on the meat as you might expect (she used to be a vegetarian), and you&aposll even find Paleo takes on Chinese dishes.
Words of Wisdom: "I actually eat more vegetables than I did when I was a vegetarian—mostly because all that real estate in my stomach was taken up by pasta, bread, and baked treats."

Best Vegetarian Blog
Naturally Ella
When her dad had a heart attack her sophomore year of college, Erin Alderson (initials E.L.L.A.) swapped her fast-food diet for veggie fare and has been eating smart ever since. Her recipes are inspiring but practical— she always gives easier-to- find alternatives to unusual ingredients like amaranth.
Words of Wisdom: Keep whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices in your pantry and all you have to add is fresh produce for a complete meal.

Best Buffet of Topics
NPR&aposs The Salt
Clicking on NPR&aposs blog is like falling down the deepest Google rabbit hole ever—you can&apost stop reading their take on what&aposs on your plate. Among the offerings: the science behind the ultimate chocolate chip cookie and what to do with weird farmers market vegetables.
Words of Wisdom: Save the breadbasket until after you&aposve finished your meal to keep eating in check. "Bite into that bread before your main meal, and you&aposll spike your blood sugar and amp up your appetite."

Best for Parents
Real Mom Nutrition
From tricks for tackling finicky eaters to advice on navigating food allergies, busy mom-of-two Sally Kuzemchak, RD, has got it covered with a voice that&aposs reassuring and relatable.
Words of Wisdom: "Our eating habits are works in progress, just like we are."

Top Tweeters
Five of our favorite feeds (and don&apost forget our contributing nutrition editor&aposs handle, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
An NYU professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, Marion Nestle, PhD, shares the news you need to know—like what&aposs really behind the rising cost of school lunches.

@andybellatti
Las Vegas dietitian Andy Bellatti tweets about food politics, sustainability and—perhaps his favorite topic�ptive marketing.

@nclarkrd
Follow sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, RD, for sneaky diet tips, links to important studies and even advice on how to find healthy food at gas stations.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore&aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, approaches eating as an ethical act, tweeting about our broken-down industrial food system as well as highlighting top nutrition news.

@joybauer
The Today show&aposs resident health expert, Joy Bauer, RD, dishes out tips in keeping with her motto: "Life is hard food should be easy."


10 Healthy Food Blogs That Truly Satisfy

Hungry for fresh, reality-checked eating advice? These bloggers deliver.

Getty ImagesWith endless Instagrams of dinner plates and tweets about fad diets, it&aposs easy to get overwhelmed by all the nutrition noise online. Relax, and bookmark these 10 smart reads about good food and healthy eating.

Best RD Blog
Nutrition Wow
"Healthy living, hold the boring": That&aposs the motto of Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. She delivers digestible advice (like tips for dropping weight without being calorie-obsessed) and wholesome recipes.
Words of Wisdom: "We all have an inner food ninja who can confidently make food decisionsÂ𠅊ll we need to do is slow down and listen."

Best Weight Loss Blog
Can You Stay for Dinner?
Andie Mitchell has lost (and kept off ) more than 100 pounds—while eating treats like chocolate pumpkin doughnuts. Come for the hearty recipes, stay for the deeply personal posts about her dieting struggles.
Words of Wisdom: "I swear by eating salad for lunch (almost) every day. I don&apost have to spend any energy deciding on a healthy lunch, or testing my willpower thinking about those amazing $2 slices of pizza on the corner."

Best Myth Buster
Nutrition Unplugged
Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and journalist, casts a critical eye on hot topics, from saturated fat (is it really OK?) to the rise of Frankenfoods. You&aposll find a lot on trendy eats (like kombucha) and diet hypes.
Words of Wisdom: Fresh isn&apost always best. Frozen produce can be just as nutritious: "If you tend to leave your fresh veggies a little too long in the crisper drawer, the nutrient content can plummet."

Best Vegan Blog
Sweet Potato Soul
Growing up as a picky eater, Jenné Claiborne hated most healthy foods, except for sweet potatoes. Now, as a vegan chef, she&aposs widened her repertoire, offering recipes so indulgent she could make the most die-hard of carnivores go plant-based.
Words of Wisdom: "Even though I didn&apost give up animal products for my health or happiness, both have greatly improved."

Best Gluten-Free Blog
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Shauna Ahern is the Web&aposs expert on a no-gluten existence her husband is the chef. You&aposll find a clear guide to baking, video tutorials and answers to questions like "Can you make homemade pasta without eggs?" (Yes!)
Words of Wisdom: "It&aposs natural to focus first on what you can&apost eat. So much of the food you already love is naturally gluten-free. Focus on that."

Best Seasonal-Eating Blog
Sprouted Kitchen
Sara Forte does the cooking and blogging, while husband Hugh handles the photos of delicious creations like pumpkin bread with walnut-cinnamon swirl. Each recipe uses whole foods that are in seasonÂ𠅊 reminder that it doesn&apost take much to make fresh foods taste good.
Words of Wisdom: It&aposs always easier to eat well when you have healthy foods on hand. Plan ahead and make a few things that will keep, like kale salad and granola.

Getty ImagesBest Paleo Blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam may be the only blogger with her own action figure, but don&apost let that fool you: She has a degree in nutrition and food science. The recipes aren&apost as heavy on the meat as you might expect (she used to be a vegetarian), and you&aposll even find Paleo takes on Chinese dishes.
Words of Wisdom: "I actually eat more vegetables than I did when I was a vegetarian—mostly because all that real estate in my stomach was taken up by pasta, bread, and baked treats."

Best Vegetarian Blog
Naturally Ella
When her dad had a heart attack her sophomore year of college, Erin Alderson (initials E.L.L.A.) swapped her fast-food diet for veggie fare and has been eating smart ever since. Her recipes are inspiring but practical— she always gives easier-to- find alternatives to unusual ingredients like amaranth.
Words of Wisdom: Keep whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices in your pantry and all you have to add is fresh produce for a complete meal.

Best Buffet of Topics
NPR&aposs The Salt
Clicking on NPR&aposs blog is like falling down the deepest Google rabbit hole ever—you can&apost stop reading their take on what&aposs on your plate. Among the offerings: the science behind the ultimate chocolate chip cookie and what to do with weird farmers market vegetables.
Words of Wisdom: Save the breadbasket until after you&aposve finished your meal to keep eating in check. "Bite into that bread before your main meal, and you&aposll spike your blood sugar and amp up your appetite."

Best for Parents
Real Mom Nutrition
From tricks for tackling finicky eaters to advice on navigating food allergies, busy mom-of-two Sally Kuzemchak, RD, has got it covered with a voice that&aposs reassuring and relatable.
Words of Wisdom: "Our eating habits are works in progress, just like we are."

Top Tweeters
Five of our favorite feeds (and don&apost forget our contributing nutrition editor&aposs handle, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
An NYU professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, Marion Nestle, PhD, shares the news you need to know—like what&aposs really behind the rising cost of school lunches.

@andybellatti
Las Vegas dietitian Andy Bellatti tweets about food politics, sustainability and—perhaps his favorite topic�ptive marketing.

@nclarkrd
Follow sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, RD, for sneaky diet tips, links to important studies and even advice on how to find healthy food at gas stations.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore&aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, approaches eating as an ethical act, tweeting about our broken-down industrial food system as well as highlighting top nutrition news.

@joybauer
The Today show&aposs resident health expert, Joy Bauer, RD, dishes out tips in keeping with her motto: "Life is hard food should be easy."


10 Healthy Food Blogs That Truly Satisfy

Hungry for fresh, reality-checked eating advice? These bloggers deliver.

Getty ImagesWith endless Instagrams of dinner plates and tweets about fad diets, it&aposs easy to get overwhelmed by all the nutrition noise online. Relax, and bookmark these 10 smart reads about good food and healthy eating.

Best RD Blog
Nutrition Wow
"Healthy living, hold the boring": That&aposs the motto of Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. She delivers digestible advice (like tips for dropping weight without being calorie-obsessed) and wholesome recipes.
Words of Wisdom: "We all have an inner food ninja who can confidently make food decisionsÂ𠅊ll we need to do is slow down and listen."

Best Weight Loss Blog
Can You Stay for Dinner?
Andie Mitchell has lost (and kept off ) more than 100 pounds—while eating treats like chocolate pumpkin doughnuts. Come for the hearty recipes, stay for the deeply personal posts about her dieting struggles.
Words of Wisdom: "I swear by eating salad for lunch (almost) every day. I don&apost have to spend any energy deciding on a healthy lunch, or testing my willpower thinking about those amazing $2 slices of pizza on the corner."

Best Myth Buster
Nutrition Unplugged
Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and journalist, casts a critical eye on hot topics, from saturated fat (is it really OK?) to the rise of Frankenfoods. You&aposll find a lot on trendy eats (like kombucha) and diet hypes.
Words of Wisdom: Fresh isn&apost always best. Frozen produce can be just as nutritious: "If you tend to leave your fresh veggies a little too long in the crisper drawer, the nutrient content can plummet."

Best Vegan Blog
Sweet Potato Soul
Growing up as a picky eater, Jenné Claiborne hated most healthy foods, except for sweet potatoes. Now, as a vegan chef, she&aposs widened her repertoire, offering recipes so indulgent she could make the most die-hard of carnivores go plant-based.
Words of Wisdom: "Even though I didn&apost give up animal products for my health or happiness, both have greatly improved."

Best Gluten-Free Blog
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Shauna Ahern is the Web&aposs expert on a no-gluten existence her husband is the chef. You&aposll find a clear guide to baking, video tutorials and answers to questions like "Can you make homemade pasta without eggs?" (Yes!)
Words of Wisdom: "It&aposs natural to focus first on what you can&apost eat. So much of the food you already love is naturally gluten-free. Focus on that."

Best Seasonal-Eating Blog
Sprouted Kitchen
Sara Forte does the cooking and blogging, while husband Hugh handles the photos of delicious creations like pumpkin bread with walnut-cinnamon swirl. Each recipe uses whole foods that are in seasonÂ𠅊 reminder that it doesn&apost take much to make fresh foods taste good.
Words of Wisdom: It&aposs always easier to eat well when you have healthy foods on hand. Plan ahead and make a few things that will keep, like kale salad and granola.

Getty ImagesBest Paleo Blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam may be the only blogger with her own action figure, but don&apost let that fool you: She has a degree in nutrition and food science. The recipes aren&apost as heavy on the meat as you might expect (she used to be a vegetarian), and you&aposll even find Paleo takes on Chinese dishes.
Words of Wisdom: "I actually eat more vegetables than I did when I was a vegetarian—mostly because all that real estate in my stomach was taken up by pasta, bread, and baked treats."

Best Vegetarian Blog
Naturally Ella
When her dad had a heart attack her sophomore year of college, Erin Alderson (initials E.L.L.A.) swapped her fast-food diet for veggie fare and has been eating smart ever since. Her recipes are inspiring but practical— she always gives easier-to- find alternatives to unusual ingredients like amaranth.
Words of Wisdom: Keep whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices in your pantry and all you have to add is fresh produce for a complete meal.

Best Buffet of Topics
NPR&aposs The Salt
Clicking on NPR&aposs blog is like falling down the deepest Google rabbit hole ever—you can&apost stop reading their take on what&aposs on your plate. Among the offerings: the science behind the ultimate chocolate chip cookie and what to do with weird farmers market vegetables.
Words of Wisdom: Save the breadbasket until after you&aposve finished your meal to keep eating in check. "Bite into that bread before your main meal, and you&aposll spike your blood sugar and amp up your appetite."

Best for Parents
Real Mom Nutrition
From tricks for tackling finicky eaters to advice on navigating food allergies, busy mom-of-two Sally Kuzemchak, RD, has got it covered with a voice that&aposs reassuring and relatable.
Words of Wisdom: "Our eating habits are works in progress, just like we are."

Top Tweeters
Five of our favorite feeds (and don&apost forget our contributing nutrition editor&aposs handle, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
An NYU professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, Marion Nestle, PhD, shares the news you need to know—like what&aposs really behind the rising cost of school lunches.

@andybellatti
Las Vegas dietitian Andy Bellatti tweets about food politics, sustainability and—perhaps his favorite topic�ptive marketing.

@nclarkrd
Follow sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, RD, for sneaky diet tips, links to important studies and even advice on how to find healthy food at gas stations.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore&aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, approaches eating as an ethical act, tweeting about our broken-down industrial food system as well as highlighting top nutrition news.

@joybauer
The Today show&aposs resident health expert, Joy Bauer, RD, dishes out tips in keeping with her motto: "Life is hard food should be easy."


10 Healthy Food Blogs That Truly Satisfy

Hungry for fresh, reality-checked eating advice? These bloggers deliver.

Getty ImagesWith endless Instagrams of dinner plates and tweets about fad diets, it&aposs easy to get overwhelmed by all the nutrition noise online. Relax, and bookmark these 10 smart reads about good food and healthy eating.

Best RD Blog
Nutrition Wow
"Healthy living, hold the boring": That&aposs the motto of Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. She delivers digestible advice (like tips for dropping weight without being calorie-obsessed) and wholesome recipes.
Words of Wisdom: "We all have an inner food ninja who can confidently make food decisionsÂ𠅊ll we need to do is slow down and listen."

Best Weight Loss Blog
Can You Stay for Dinner?
Andie Mitchell has lost (and kept off ) more than 100 pounds—while eating treats like chocolate pumpkin doughnuts. Come for the hearty recipes, stay for the deeply personal posts about her dieting struggles.
Words of Wisdom: "I swear by eating salad for lunch (almost) every day. I don&apost have to spend any energy deciding on a healthy lunch, or testing my willpower thinking about those amazing $2 slices of pizza on the corner."

Best Myth Buster
Nutrition Unplugged
Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and journalist, casts a critical eye on hot topics, from saturated fat (is it really OK?) to the rise of Frankenfoods. You&aposll find a lot on trendy eats (like kombucha) and diet hypes.
Words of Wisdom: Fresh isn&apost always best. Frozen produce can be just as nutritious: "If you tend to leave your fresh veggies a little too long in the crisper drawer, the nutrient content can plummet."

Best Vegan Blog
Sweet Potato Soul
Growing up as a picky eater, Jenné Claiborne hated most healthy foods, except for sweet potatoes. Now, as a vegan chef, she&aposs widened her repertoire, offering recipes so indulgent she could make the most die-hard of carnivores go plant-based.
Words of Wisdom: "Even though I didn&apost give up animal products for my health or happiness, both have greatly improved."

Best Gluten-Free Blog
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Shauna Ahern is the Web&aposs expert on a no-gluten existence her husband is the chef. You&aposll find a clear guide to baking, video tutorials and answers to questions like "Can you make homemade pasta without eggs?" (Yes!)
Words of Wisdom: "It&aposs natural to focus first on what you can&apost eat. So much of the food you already love is naturally gluten-free. Focus on that."

Best Seasonal-Eating Blog
Sprouted Kitchen
Sara Forte does the cooking and blogging, while husband Hugh handles the photos of delicious creations like pumpkin bread with walnut-cinnamon swirl. Each recipe uses whole foods that are in seasonÂ𠅊 reminder that it doesn&apost take much to make fresh foods taste good.
Words of Wisdom: It&aposs always easier to eat well when you have healthy foods on hand. Plan ahead and make a few things that will keep, like kale salad and granola.

Getty ImagesBest Paleo Blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam may be the only blogger with her own action figure, but don&apost let that fool you: She has a degree in nutrition and food science. The recipes aren&apost as heavy on the meat as you might expect (she used to be a vegetarian), and you&aposll even find Paleo takes on Chinese dishes.
Words of Wisdom: "I actually eat more vegetables than I did when I was a vegetarian—mostly because all that real estate in my stomach was taken up by pasta, bread, and baked treats."

Best Vegetarian Blog
Naturally Ella
When her dad had a heart attack her sophomore year of college, Erin Alderson (initials E.L.L.A.) swapped her fast-food diet for veggie fare and has been eating smart ever since. Her recipes are inspiring but practical— she always gives easier-to- find alternatives to unusual ingredients like amaranth.
Words of Wisdom: Keep whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices in your pantry and all you have to add is fresh produce for a complete meal.

Best Buffet of Topics
NPR&aposs The Salt
Clicking on NPR&aposs blog is like falling down the deepest Google rabbit hole ever—you can&apost stop reading their take on what&aposs on your plate. Among the offerings: the science behind the ultimate chocolate chip cookie and what to do with weird farmers market vegetables.
Words of Wisdom: Save the breadbasket until after you&aposve finished your meal to keep eating in check. "Bite into that bread before your main meal, and you&aposll spike your blood sugar and amp up your appetite."

Best for Parents
Real Mom Nutrition
From tricks for tackling finicky eaters to advice on navigating food allergies, busy mom-of-two Sally Kuzemchak, RD, has got it covered with a voice that&aposs reassuring and relatable.
Words of Wisdom: "Our eating habits are works in progress, just like we are."

Top Tweeters
Five of our favorite feeds (and don&apost forget our contributing nutrition editor&aposs handle, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
An NYU professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, Marion Nestle, PhD, shares the news you need to know—like what&aposs really behind the rising cost of school lunches.

@andybellatti
Las Vegas dietitian Andy Bellatti tweets about food politics, sustainability and—perhaps his favorite topic�ptive marketing.

@nclarkrd
Follow sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, RD, for sneaky diet tips, links to important studies and even advice on how to find healthy food at gas stations.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore&aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, approaches eating as an ethical act, tweeting about our broken-down industrial food system as well as highlighting top nutrition news.

@joybauer
The Today show&aposs resident health expert, Joy Bauer, RD, dishes out tips in keeping with her motto: "Life is hard food should be easy."


10 Healthy Food Blogs That Truly Satisfy

Hungry for fresh, reality-checked eating advice? These bloggers deliver.

Getty ImagesWith endless Instagrams of dinner plates and tweets about fad diets, it&aposs easy to get overwhelmed by all the nutrition noise online. Relax, and bookmark these 10 smart reads about good food and healthy eating.

Best RD Blog
Nutrition Wow
"Healthy living, hold the boring": That&aposs the motto of Dawn Jackson Blatner, RDN. She delivers digestible advice (like tips for dropping weight without being calorie-obsessed) and wholesome recipes.
Words of Wisdom: "We all have an inner food ninja who can confidently make food decisionsÂ𠅊ll we need to do is slow down and listen."

Best Weight Loss Blog
Can You Stay for Dinner?
Andie Mitchell has lost (and kept off ) more than 100 pounds—while eating treats like chocolate pumpkin doughnuts. Come for the hearty recipes, stay for the deeply personal posts about her dieting struggles.
Words of Wisdom: "I swear by eating salad for lunch (almost) every day. I don&apost have to spend any energy deciding on a healthy lunch, or testing my willpower thinking about those amazing $2 slices of pizza on the corner."

Best Myth Buster
Nutrition Unplugged
Janet Helm, a registered dietitian and journalist, casts a critical eye on hot topics, from saturated fat (is it really OK?) to the rise of Frankenfoods. You&aposll find a lot on trendy eats (like kombucha) and diet hypes.
Words of Wisdom: Fresh isn&apost always best. Frozen produce can be just as nutritious: "If you tend to leave your fresh veggies a little too long in the crisper drawer, the nutrient content can plummet."

Best Vegan Blog
Sweet Potato Soul
Growing up as a picky eater, Jenné Claiborne hated most healthy foods, except for sweet potatoes. Now, as a vegan chef, she&aposs widened her repertoire, offering recipes so indulgent she could make the most die-hard of carnivores go plant-based.
Words of Wisdom: "Even though I didn&apost give up animal products for my health or happiness, both have greatly improved."

Best Gluten-Free Blog
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Shauna Ahern is the Web&aposs expert on a no-gluten existence her husband is the chef. You&aposll find a clear guide to baking, video tutorials and answers to questions like "Can you make homemade pasta without eggs?" (Yes!)
Words of Wisdom: "It&aposs natural to focus first on what you can&apost eat. So much of the food you already love is naturally gluten-free. Focus on that."

Best Seasonal-Eating Blog
Sprouted Kitchen
Sara Forte does the cooking and blogging, while husband Hugh handles the photos of delicious creations like pumpkin bread with walnut-cinnamon swirl. Each recipe uses whole foods that are in seasonÂ𠅊 reminder that it doesn&apost take much to make fresh foods taste good.
Words of Wisdom: It&aposs always easier to eat well when you have healthy foods on hand. Plan ahead and make a few things that will keep, like kale salad and granola.

Getty ImagesBest Paleo Blog
Nom Nom Paleo
Michelle Tam may be the only blogger with her own action figure, but don&apost let that fool you: She has a degree in nutrition and food science. The recipes aren&apost as heavy on the meat as you might expect (she used to be a vegetarian), and you&aposll even find Paleo takes on Chinese dishes.
Words of Wisdom: "I actually eat more vegetables than I did when I was a vegetarian—mostly because all that real estate in my stomach was taken up by pasta, bread, and baked treats."

Best Vegetarian Blog
Naturally Ella
When her dad had a heart attack her sophomore year of college, Erin Alderson (initials E.L.L.A.) swapped her fast-food diet for veggie fare and has been eating smart ever since. Her recipes are inspiring but practical— she always gives easier-to- find alternatives to unusual ingredients like amaranth.
Words of Wisdom: Keep whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices in your pantry and all you have to add is fresh produce for a complete meal.

Best Buffet of Topics
NPR&aposs The Salt
Clicking on NPR&aposs blog is like falling down the deepest Google rabbit hole ever—you can&apost stop reading their take on what&aposs on your plate. Among the offerings: the science behind the ultimate chocolate chip cookie and what to do with weird farmers market vegetables.
Words of Wisdom: Save the breadbasket until after you&aposve finished your meal to keep eating in check. "Bite into that bread before your main meal, and you&aposll spike your blood sugar and amp up your appetite."

Best for Parents
Real Mom Nutrition
From tricks for tackling finicky eaters to advice on navigating food allergies, busy mom-of-two Sally Kuzemchak, RD, has got it covered with a voice that&aposs reassuring and relatable.
Words of Wisdom: "Our eating habits are works in progress, just like we are."

Top Tweeters
Five of our favorite feeds (and don&apost forget our contributing nutrition editor&aposs handle, @cynthiasass!).

@marionnestle
An NYU professor of nutrition, food studies and public health, Marion Nestle, PhD, shares the news you need to know—like what&aposs really behind the rising cost of school lunches.

@andybellatti
Las Vegas dietitian Andy Bellatti tweets about food politics, sustainability and—perhaps his favorite topic�ptive marketing.

@nclarkrd
Follow sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, RD, for sneaky diet tips, links to important studies and even advice on how to find healthy food at gas stations.

@michaelpollan
Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore&aposs Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked, approaches eating as an ethical act, tweeting about our broken-down industrial food system as well as highlighting top nutrition news.

@joybauer
The Today show&aposs resident health expert, Joy Bauer, RD, dishes out tips in keeping with her motto: "Life is hard food should be easy."


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