EATING WELL

the kitchn
Great recipes that can be searched according to dietary specifics, plus interesting food articles and meal planning ideas. Check out 17 Soups to Make Now and Eat All Week Long and How to Make the Best Iced Coffee.

The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen
This husband and wife team are experts in nutrition. They are an invaluable resource for anyone with dietary restrictions. If you are doing an elimination diet, be sure to visit their site. Try: Raw Energy Balls,  Sweet and Spicy Kale Chips, Watermelon Whole Fruit Popsicles.

Thug Kitchen
You won’t find a site with more sass and attitude than Thug Kitchen. Seriously good, real food with lots of swearing. All their recipes are vegetarian friendly. Try Smokey Bean and Spinach Sliders.

Super Healthy Kids
Especially good site if you enjoy looking at well crafted food pictures. They have over 6000 recipes. If you have a picky eater in your house, check out their resources for sneaking in new foods. Try Mini Rainbow Sandwiches.

Simple Green Smoothies
Smoothies are a delicious, great way to get several servings of fruits and vegetables in a portable form, and there are endless combinations. This site offers a 30-day challenge if you want to get serious about smoothies. Try Mango Ginger Immune Support.

Eating Rules
Eating healthy doesn’t have to suck. Andrew Wilder has lots of great recipes and strategies to help you have fun with healthy food.

Whole 30
The gut is often where many of our health problems start. If you’re trying to figure out if or which foods are contributing to why you feel terrible, the Whole 30 is a great plan to start. They provide tons of support, recipes, and instruction.

Paleo Leap
They have a great mini-course for beginners in the paleo world and a set of 6 meals plans complete with shopping lists.

 


NUTRITION

The Paleo Mom
Sarah Ballantyne has a PhD in medical biophysics. She does a great job of understanding the science behind nutrition. Her website is especially helpful for those with autoimmune disease.

The Paleo Diet, Dr. Loren Cordain
Dr. Cordain has authored more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and abstracts (and several books for the general public) about evolutionary nutrition.

Harvard School of Public Health
Great site for straight forward, non-biased nutrition information.

American Institute for Cancer Research
Provides healthy recipes and nutrition focused on reducing cancer risks.

World’s Healthiest Foods
Provides simple recipes to help you incorporate vegetables and other nutrient dense foods into your daily routine. If you’re looking to try some new vegetables but are not sure what to do with them, check out this site.