Reading is the best way to gain knowledge and get exposed to new perspectives. Unfortunately, in today’s high-paced world where every minute counts and there’s never enough time in the day, sitting down with a good book can be nearly impossible. Luckily, that’s where blogs comes in. Typically short, sweet, and personalized, blogs are the ultimate learning tools that can be as entertaining as they are informative. They’re especially helpful when it comes to diet, nutrition, exercise, and any other subcategory in the world of health and wellness. Whether you’re looking for a new workout or direct insight on a new diet you’re considering, there’s certainly a blog for you.
There’s only one problem: picking which bloggers to follow can be a nightmare. But fear not — we’ve got you covered. It wasn’t easy, but we’ve compiled a list of our all-time favorites. Read below to find out which blogs will equip you for mental, physical, and emotional growth and domination!
One of the biggest paleo personalities and most accomplished health gurus in the world, Mark is an ex-endurance athlete and founder of Primal Kitchen Foods. Although he’s a best-selling author, Mark provides his vast knowledge and ever-evolving philosophies on training, nutrition, and life free of charge in his blogs on Mark’s Daily Apple. He’s especially become engrossed in the ketogenic diet and is an awesome resource for those considering giving it a shot. Don’t miss your chance to learn from one of the brightest (and most interesting) health minds out there.
Over the past several years, Kiss The Ground been a huge source of inspiration for our company and its mission to promote regenerative agriculture. The ultimate voice for the food revolution and how our food systems need to improve to preserve our soils, they’re an amazing resource on anything from ecology to conscious consumerism to responsible composting around the house. Their posts aren’t just blogs — they’re stories. If you’re looking for an in-depth look at how to better interact with the world around you and ensure you’re positively impacting our planetary health, you’ve come to the right place. These guys are incredibly talented at putting complex ideas into simple, digestible terms.
Recent post we’d suggest: Beyond Sustainable: Think Regeneratively
Cook books. New York Times best-sellers. A new book on the way. Led by co-founder Melissa Hartwig, Whole30 has quickly become one of the top nutrition authorities — and the inspiration for thousands of health success stories. But did you know they also have an incredible blog that features all kinds of recipes, tips, stories, and life-changing information? If you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and check out their blog. It’s an absolute must for anyone who loves cooking, nutrition, or fitness.
Recent post we’d suggest: Sleep Trouble On The Whole30: Strategies From Dr. Kirk Parlsey
Mindbodygreen is typically viewed as a lifestyle brand, but they’re closer to a full-fledged wellness publication thanks to their arsenal of health articles and information. Whether you’re in need of dietary inspiration, exercise tips, sleep strategies, recipes, environmental efforts, or lifestyle and fashion advice, MBG has a little bit of everything to keep you stronger, healthier, and better informed. They’re the perfect landing spot if you’re in need of something quick to read during your lunch break or between appointments.
Recent post we’d suggest: The Best Healthy Travel Snack Ideas On The Internet
There’s no denying it: Diana Rodgers is a badass in every sense of the word. A Registered Dietitian, a regenerative agriculture farmer, and the brain behind the sustainable dish podcast, website, and blog. Diana lives on a farm with her husband and kids and is known to explore everything from the power of regenerative ag within a community, why people should eat more red meat for their health AND for the environment, how not to be the crazy ‘Paleo Parent’ with your kids’ food choices, and much more. If you’re a foodie, interested in life on the farm or agriculture, or just want an opinion that breaks from the vegetarian-oriented perspective that most RD’s have, Diana’s your gal.
Recent post we’d suggest: Amazing Grazing: Why Grass-Fed Beef Isn’t to Blame in the Climate Change Debate