I’ll link to that (yeah yeah)
Do you have the Rihanna song “(Cheers) I’ll Drink to That” stuck in your head now?
Sorry about that one (and about the super cheesy title of this post).
There are several websites that I visit pretty often for health information and recipes, and I thought that I’d share the links with you today.
FYI- You may be pleased to know that they are all safe for work (if you’re having a slow day at the office). 😉
This is hands down one of my very favorite websites. It is great for tracking the nutritional value in your meals and for logging workouts. You can also join online groups, find recipes and articles, read blogs, and download an app to your phone. Plus, there is no charge to use the site!
However, I was compelled to revisit the site because of the incredible health information, which (trust me) is more extensive than “when your allergies act up, take out your nose ring.” It includes eco-friendly and cruelty-free beauty, fitness, home care, and food tips. There’s also a message board that allows visitors to chat with other people about all sorts of topics. Alicia even comments herself sometimes!
You all know that I try to use products that are as natural as possible whenever I can. This website provides ratings for more than 65,000 products, so you can see how your favorites rank in terms of overall hazard, cancer, developmental & reproductive toxicity, and allergies & sensitivity. You can also learn whether the companies who make the products are ethical or cruelty-free. It is truly an incredible resource.
When it comes to healthy recipes, there are so many options online. However, I find that I turn to Eating Well more than any other. For starters, I’ve never had a bad meal from a recipe I’ve followed from there. Their rating system and reader feedback really helps to select the best of the best.
Also, the organization and user-friendliness of the site cannot be beat. Searches can be done by seasonal foods, easy recipes, dinner ideas, vegetarian recipes, recipes for kids, special diets, menus and meal plans, holidays, world & regional, drinks, breakfasts, recipes for two, and more. There are also videos, tutorials, and a member’s community. The possibilities are endless!
Aside from blogs, do you visit any websites for health information or recipes? If so, share those links in the comments section!
Have a wonderful day!