Health Blogs I Read

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I’ve been blogging for many years now, but when I started, I didn’t know any other bloggers. Over the years, I’ve connected with many of them as we’ve built our businesses. It’s great to meet other women and men who have similar passions for a healthy lifestyle and natural living. 

Through sites like Facebook, X (formerly Twitter), Pinterest, and others, I was able to connect with many of these bloggers when I first started. As I’ve built my business, I’ve traveled, attended conferences, and spoken at events. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know many bloggers and health influencers in person. We’ve all grown a lot together over the years! I’ve even been able to get to know some of them even better since they live near me. Some of my fellow bloggers are dear friends of mine.

Here’s a list of the health blogs I read or have enjoyed in the past. They cover a variety of health topics and wellness tips for a healthier lifestyle. I’ve enjoyed getting to know each of these authors over the years and I hope you find them helpful and informative too!

You’ll find real food recipes, DIY products, and natural health news.

Health and Wellness Blogs

Whole New Mom – Adrienne faced a ton of health challenges throughout her life and in her family. She writes about her experience of healing her health issues through real food healthy recipes and healthy living.

Growing Up Herbal – Meagan is an RN turned herbalist and publishes great herbal recipes, healthy eating options, and information about natural living.

Health, Home, and Happiness – Cara has a great blog that offers lots of wonderful resources for GAPS and allergy-free living for a healthier life. If you or your family are struggling with health conditions like gut issues and allergies this is a great resource.

Frugally Sustainable – This blog is about focusing on what’s important in life, without a lot of unnecessary stuff. It has great info about homesteading, sustainability, and herbal/natural remedies.

Mama Natural – Tons of info on pregnancy, nursing, babies and toddlers, natural parenting, and women’s health on this blog. She also reviews which products and supplements are best for moms and babies. Genevieve and her husband Michael have a great YouTube channel with videos as well. Plus you can check out the podcast Genevieve and I did together.

Civilized Caveman – I love the paleo recipes on this blog, especially all of the grain-free dessert options. My kids love making these special treats!

Mommypotamus – I always joke that Heather and I think so much alike we must share a brain! She blogs about natural living, real food, DIY beauty recipes, and more. We’ve also done quite a few podcast episodes together over the years.

Nourished Kitchen – Jenny’s blog has great real food recipes — traditionally prepared, seasonal, whole foods, and minimally processed. I love that she features recipes for each season. Cooking real food is one of the best ways to take your own health into your own hands (without needing to hire a personal trainer or nutritionist!).

Kitchen Stewardship – Katie is a TEDx speaker and created her own course to teach kids how to cook (which you can see for yourself here!). She shares delicious recipes, health information, and natural living how-to on her blog. You can also find the podcast episodes where I interview her here.

Kelly the Kitchen Kop – This blog covers health & wellness shortcuts, easy recipes, and simple advice. Kelly has a ton of nutritious recipes that focus on healthy food options.

Food Renegade – Kristen is a health and nutrition educator. She offers resources to decode labels, along with real food recipes and health info.

Empowered Sustenance – Lauren’s blog offers intuitive eating, nutrition, and lifestyle information with lots of great recipes and health tips. In recent years she’s focused more on mental health and well-being (which is so important!) You can listen to our podcast episode here.

Crunchy Betty – This healthy living blog has DIY natural beauty recipes, along with crunchy home and conscious living tips. There are plenty of health benefits to self-care, and Betty has some great DIYs that do just that!

What kind of blog topics and posts do you enjoy reading? Share below!

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About Katie Wells

Katie Wells, CTNC, MCHC, Founder of Wellness Mama and Co-founder of Wellnesse, has a background in research, journalism, and nutrition. As a mom of six, she turned to research and took health into her own hands to find answers to her health problems. is the culmination of her thousands of hours of research and all posts are medically reviewed and verified by the Wellness Mama research team. Katie is also the author of the bestselling books The Wellness Mama Cookbook and The Wellness Mama 5-Step Lifestyle Detox.


92 responses to “Health Blogs I Read”

  1. Shienna Austria Avatar
    Shienna Austria

    Your blog is very good and perfect. I can learn how to cook healthy food/dish. Thanks!

  2. Cory Barcus Avatar
    Cory Barcus

    so went to the doctor several times over the past few years with 0 results . had extreme hunger was like i had low blood sugar but blood sugar was 80 so was normal,A1C normal, weak, no energy , headache blurry vision ,moody , brain fog palpitations muscle aches ect all tests came back normal , a tad dehydrated, then began to analyze the tests and noticed a few things that would ear mark low protein, was still on the normal side on the tests but some showed a bit on the high side so wondered what it could be . so finally asking the right question to get me on the track for a answer . as the internet is notorious for not give the answer we need less we ask the right question, then the world opens up ….anyways my fix was protein… for those with similar symptoms ya may want to just take a 30g supplement i was back to normal in 2 days , by no means am i saying to take it every day but when your not eating the correct amount of protein daily and working hard this may be your fix for renewed energy,,,,, 60 year old male General contractor do all my own work ground up everyone says i look 40…. .70 to 1g per pound for a healthy male not over weight .
    This is intended to help others in the same situation, not a doctors advice at all but worked for me ..
    took a long time to figure it out , wanted to share and save many others alot of time and worry and $ … take care all and be healthy . your body is the only one you have so take good care of it .


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    Coco Taylor

    Very informative article, you’ve given me lots of homework 😉

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