I wanted to write a post to share with you some of my favourite other health and> fitness websites/blogs around at the moment. There is a fabulous array of blogs around, and> they provide me with new workout ideas and> some amazing clean eating/healthy recipes. Here are my current 3 favourites (in no particular order, well alphabetically actually!)
Nics Nutrition – http://nicsnutrition.com/
Nic is a UK Specialist Registered Dietitian (RD) and> blogs about nutrition. Her blog includes healthy eating tips and> some amazing recipes. My favourites include Healthy Granola, which I make every week for myself and> my partner, and> her Sweet Potato chocolate brownies, which provide an amazing “healthy” chocolate hit! I always look at Nics website if I fancy making something healthy.
SpamellaB – http://www.spamellab.com/
Pamela is a fellow Manchester dweller, who has a fantastic passion for health and> fitness which she shares through her blog. It has some fantastic recipes and> I have got some great tips on products and> restaurants to try from her and> her blog. Linwoods flaxseed mixes and> Tea42 for Gluten Free food in Manchester to name a couple! Pamela creates some fabulous gluten free recipes, and> her website is also great for learning about products and> recipes to use them in.
Wedges and> Weights – http://www.wedgesand>weights.com/
Hannah’s blog is amazing for workout tips and> videos and> I love that she advocates heavy weights for women. There are some great workout videos including at home workouts and> videos to get you into the weights room. I have also picked up some great tips from Hanna on “fit girl” products to try and> using photo food diaries as a way of tracking food.
It is always great to find new ideas and> inspiration from others and> these 3 lovely ladies do a fabulous job on their websites so check them out. Let me know what you think and> if you have any other favourite websites you use for workouts or healthy recipes.
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