Holistic health is based on the idea that true health comes from a balance of the body and mind. But truthfully, a holistic approach can be applied to almost anything. These bloggers are guiding the way, and their dedication to educating, inspiring, and empowering people to live holistically earned them a spot in this year’s roundup of best holistic health blogs.
Joyous Health is filled with energy, enthusiasm, and lots of easy-to-follow advice for living healthier. What began as one woman’s passion for natural health has become a place to inspire and teach others how to take charge of their own wellness with joy and mindfulness. Joy McCarthy draws from personal and professional experience to show others how to live holistically, with beauty and well-being tips, recipes, family guidance, and more.
Xochi, aka The Naturalista, is a U.K.-based naturopathic nutritional therapist and holistic wellness guide. Her mission: inspiring people to live with greater intention. Her beautiful blog covers strategies for doing so, with posts about aromatherapy massage, sacred herbal healings, and gorgeous-and-good-for-you recipes (like roast miso and garlic aubergine with tahini sauce), along with profiles of inspiring women who are embracing the holistic life.
A trusted voice for the natural health community, Delicious Living offers natural methods and expert advice for everything from health trends to clean beauty and natural cooking. The blog is a great place for recipes, information about supplements and nutrition, beauty advice, and other aspects of healthy living.
The American College of Healthcare Sciences maintains a health and wellness blog designed to offer information about living holistically on multiple levels. Learn about blending essential oils, green cleaning, supplements and vitamins, different protein sources, herbal medicine, and aromatherapy.
The Holistic Ingredient
An online wellness hub created by Amy Crawford, this is a wonderful resource for information about essential oils, various wellness therapies, and recipes. Anyone in search of inspiration and guidance to live a healthier, happier life will find it here. Amy guides you through the eight elements that proved to be fundamental in her own path to wellness and shows you how to apply them to your own life.
Healthy Holistic Living is a large community that educates and supports those who are looking to adopt more holistic health practices in their lives. Founded by Michelle Toole after surviving a health crisis of her own, the website includes articles related to healthy living and aging, balanced nutrition, and a healthy mind.
Lauren Geertsen is a body connection coach who specializes in showing others how to listen to their bodies. On Empowered Sustenance, Lauren shares her own experiences with autoimmune disease and how she healed herself. If you have a history of body image issues, yo-yo dieting, or compulsive exercising, Lauren’s articles will prove helpful.
Growing Up Herbal is a blog run by Meagan, an herbalist and former registered nurse who has a mission to adopt a more natural lifestyle. Here, you’ll learn how to make your own backyard garden, tinctures, green recipes, and more. In her posts, Meagan shares the wisdom she’s found on her natural living journey.
Lissa Rankin is a medical doctor, author, and founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute. She shares her professional experiences with mind-body balance and its effects on overall health here on her blog, where you can learn practical tips on becoming more balanced in your daily life. The “Free Healing” section includes articles, book excerpts, and teleclasses.
One positive side effect of holistic wellness is the possibility of weight loss and hormonal balance. On Holistic Wellness, nutritionist Samantha Gladish provides tips for achieving these goals through healthy eating. Her blog focuses on topics geared toward women of menopausal age, but women of all ages can benefit. Also learn tips on detox, keto diet, and more.
Millana Snow curates this listing of holistic wellness workshops, remote sessions, and live events with practitioners from around the world. The goal is to make wellness and healing accessible to everyone. The blog also offers a video library of archived classes, talks, and wellness sessions that you can watch online. Want to join the conversation? You can comment about whatever’s on your mind in the general discussion of the forum or on specific topics like diversity, inclusion, and COVID-19.
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