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Focus Training’s Top 15 Health Food Blogs

One of the most important parts of a healthy lifestyle is diet. No matter how many hours you spend pushing your clients in the gym, if their diet isn’t right, neither of you will see the desired results.

But as we all know, educating people about the types of food they should be eating, and how the should be preparing them, is no mean feat. Especially considering health advice seems to change daily.

You only need to think back to the latest news headlines about food; one minute chocolate is bad – the next minute it has health benefits, and the same happens to all other food types too.

It’s exhausting!

As a personal trainer, keeping up with the latest trends and developments is all part of providing your clients with the best possible service.

Teaching your clients that eating healthy doesn’t have to be a chore is key in keeping them motivated. One way to do this is to provide them with high quality recipes they can easily make themselves. So explore our top 15 health blogs below if you’re in need of some inspiration!

1. The Fit Fork

Jennifer loves healthy food, and this clearly shines through in her blog The Fit Fork. As someone who also works out, you can be sure Jennifer has all the advice needed to strike a balance between eating and exercising well.

On this blog, there is no boring healthy food. Instead, there are recipes filled with tantalising flavours that are going to make you wonder why anyone opted for less healthy alternatives in the first place.

Our favourites include this tasty tuna, lemon and avocado on toast, and we also have a fondness for her skinny cocktail alternative – the Skinny Blackberry Nectarine Margarita Smoothie.

2. Apple Of My Eye

If you’re looking for a blog filled with Californian optimism, then the Apple Of My Eye blog is the perfect place to discover an array of healthy recipes and lifestyle posts.

We like this one because it really captures the balance well between tasty treats and dishes that are good for you.

So check out this post for Rainbow Quinoa Power Salad, and for an occasional cheat meal we recommend the Double Decker Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Bars.

3. Be Truly Nourished

Another blog brimming with healthy food tips is the Be Truly Nourished blog. Filled with recipes and handy hints on how to live a healthier lifestyle, we really appreciate what this blog brings to the table.

We especially like the post on making salsa, largely because we know a good salsa can pack a large variety of flavours whilst still remaining healthy! And we also enjoy the science element it brings in the Nutrition Decoded section too.

4. Tina Muir

If you’re looking for a blog that covers all meals when it comes to healthy eating, then this collection of posts from Tina Muir could be perfect.

A keen runner, Tina also knows her way around a healthy kitchen. There are breakfast recipes, snack ideas, fish recipes and much, much more.

You won’t be stuck for a healthy, tasty treat ideas if you have a browse of the recipes she has available – in fact, you’ll never have to worry about struggling to find something healthy to eat ever again!

5. Healthy Helper Blog

The tagline for this blog is ‘Moving, munching and lending a {healthy} helping hand’, and it really is a place all about guiding readers towards a healthier lifestyle.

On this website you’ll also find healthy recipes listed by meal types – and you’ll even find a section dedicated to you giving others a healthy hand too (perfect for any trainer).

So spread the love, and the health, and get involved with this blog. You can also sign up and get updates sent direct to your inbox at the top of the page.

6. Jeanette’s Healthy Living

Placing a large amount of attention ensuring that her food is tasty as well as healthy, Jeanette’s Healthy Living is perfect if you’re looking for recipes that everyone can enjoy.

Food needn’t be bland, and no where is this more evident than in the selection of healthy recipes on this website. We like the Spicy Korean Beef Noodle Soup recipe, and also the Gluten Free, Dairy Free Crumbs Cupcake recipe. Yum!

7. Considering You

This blog really is all about ensuring your have a healthy and happy life. There are blogs focusing on specific healthy products such as The Benefits of Drinking Lemon Water and All About Magnesium.

This blog is one of those filled with science to support the healthy tips and hints. So if you like your advice to have scientific backing, look no further than the Considering You blog.

8. Back To Her Roots

Eating healthy foods can be more appealing if it looks good, which is why Back To Her Roots is a great blog to encourage healthy eating. One of our favourite posts is the unique taste on getting your water limit each day

Hydration is such an important part of a healthy diet, so take a look at the strawberry, lime, cucumber and mint water idea here.

9. Clean Eating Veggie Girl

If you’re interested on going on a fitness journey and seeing what Clean Eating Veggie Girl eats, does and creates to keep her healthy lifestyle on track then look no further.

This blog is an excellent resource if you’re after tasty recipes. You’ll find everything from exciting smoothie combinations through to salads, soups, sandwiches and plenty more.

Don’t miss out on this one.

10. Little Miss Runshine

Run by fitness fan Jess, Little Miss Runshine is brimming with tasty, healthy food ideas and an array of helpful fitness tips.

We particularly like the article covering one ingredient ice cream – especially now warmer weather is making it’s way over us! But if you’re looking for a whole library of recipes for inspiration, then head over here to her recipe list.

Sorted into cuisines, you’re sure to find a taste that will satisfy any craving!

11. Sue’s Nutrition Buzz

If you’re hoping for some new healthy recipe ideas, take a look at Sue’s Nutrition Buzz.

Here you’ll find an array of recipes and can filter the recipes you come across. So if you’re only looking for recipes with coconut, then you’re covered. Or perhaps you’re seeking healthy dishes that are dairy free? There’s a section for that too.

Head on over to this blog if you’re looking for one that will leave you feeling inspired long after you’ve left.

12. Eating Made Easy

Eating doesn’t have to be a big effort, which is why we really love Eating Made Easy. It’s a no strict recipe, quick food kind of place – and we love this refreshing approach to food.

For too long we’ve been strict with what we eat, and now it’s time to celebrate by mixing together an array of ingredients that are good for us!

There’s even tips on how to make your salads taste better – what more could anyone ask for?

13. Hello To Fit

Hello To Fit’s newsletter can be sent direct to your email inbox – making sure you don’t miss any fantastic health tips.

Jess, the author, is a personal trainer – and her expert nature shines through in all her posts.

So whether you’re after recipes for breakfast, mains or desserts, you’ll find a full catalogue of them on Hello To Fit.

14. Sprint 2 The Table

If you’re hoping to discover more about healthy eating around the world, then Sprint 2 The Table is a brilliant blog to follow.

Recently returned from Greece, the author has a vast selection of tasty dishes on there to view and experiment with in your own kitchen.

For exciting ideas that will make your taste buds tingle, have a close look at what’s on offer on the Sprint 2 The Table blog.

15. Kath Eats

Kath is a registered dietician, so if you’re looking for advice from an expert you’re heading the the right blog!

With subsections such as Nutrition, Recipes and more you’re sure to find something interesting.

We especially enjoyed the post Spice Up Your Veggies and the recipe for Maple Baked Salmon. Yum!

Would you like to make a career out of your love for fitness and nutrition?

If you like taking care of yourself by keeping fit and eating well, then why not turn it into a career? An in depth knowledge of nutrition is the perfect complement to our Specialist Obesity & Diabetes course. It will allow you to to help others make a positive change to their eating habits.

Here at Focus Training, we offer a wide range of fitness courses and you can train up in everything from personal training qualifications through to nutrition courses.

A personal training career is flexible and can really help to revolutionise the lives of your clients. So if you want to change lives and keep fit, this could be the career for you.

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