In this post you’ll find three fabulous Health & Wellness blogs to follow, that might just inspire you. As you’ve probably noticed by now, I’m currently undergoing a metamorphosis from burger-eating, diner-loving maniac to slowing down my roll and opting for a much more natural approach to food and well, life in general.
Over the past couple of years I’ve been learning with the Nutritional Healing Foundation and adopting exciting new habits (er hello homemade saurkraut). There are lots of resources I’ve been discovering from blogs, YouTube Channels, books and podcasts, so thought I’d share a few with you.
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Goop: Okay, so maybe not exactly a blog- but lifestyle website goop.com has a wealth of interesting articles and an inspiring, highly informative podcast series. The brainchild of Gwyneth Paltrow goop.com is a thriving community of wellness advocates, healthy “foodies” and wellbeing experts. On goop.com you’ll find everything from recipes, book recommendations and interviews with health & wellness industry experts.
Dr Axe: Talk about a rick pool of information! Dr Josh Axe has a blog and YouTube Channel packed with easy-to-digest posts about health and wellness. You can find recipes, remedies, fitness and guidance on supplementation. Dr Axe regularly posts on individual foods from herbs and spices, fruits and vegetables and lists their medicinal uses. There is so much to discover! If you have a specific health issue that you’d like to treat/ cure naturally, then this blog would be a great place to start…
Liz Earle: Somewhat of a stalwart of the natural beauty and wellness industry, Liz Earle is probably best known for her award winning skincare, haircare and fragrance range. The Liz Earle blog features some lovely articles, including book recommendations, skin care tips and lots more to inspire. As well as the blog Liz Earle has a podcast ‘Wellness with Liz Earle’ where she interviews doctors, authors, chefs and wellness experts.
‘Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food’ -Hippocrates