Best Obesity Blogs of 2015Tuesday, May 5, 2015
I am honestly delighted to see that Dr Sharma’s Obesity Notes are┬áin good company among the recently announced┬ábest obesity blogs curated for 2015 by Healthline.
Here is the list of other blogs – they’re all worth checking out:
Obesity Panacea┬áby PhD bloggers Travis Saunders and┬áPeter Janiszewski┬á(both CON bootcampers),┬ácovers topics such as fat bullying and the dangers of being sedentary.┬á
ItÔÇÖs Not About Nutrition┬áby Sociologist and feeding expert Dr. Dina Rose┬áteaches parents how to help their kids make good food choices. She suggests ways to make tasting new foods fun and mealtime a little easier for everyone.
Weighty Matters┬áby Yoni Freedhoff, a Canadian professor and evidence-based nutrition expert (and good friend and colleague), tackles the big issues in a way that makes you feel like youÔÇÖre talking with a friend.
Fooducate┬áreveals the ways in which food companies try to ÔÇ£hookÔÇØ people into buying their products. It also writes about the health risks associated with various ingredients and has the research to back up the claims.
Food Politics┬áby Marion Nestle,┬áis dedicated to tracking the relationship between obesity and the governmentÔÇÖs regulations on food.┬á
The OAC blog┬áfrom the Obesity Action Coalition, as a one-stop shopping depot for information about obesity with topics ranging from how to have a conversation with your child about being overweight to information about bariatric surgery or joining a gym.
Daily Strength┬ágives you the latest on obesity and healthy eating in an easy-to-read list format. Each post is color-coded to help you find exactly what youÔÇÖre looking for.
Hello Healthy┬áis MyFitnessPalÔÇÖs blog with fitness tips, Q&As with staff members, and inspirational stories about real people losing weight.
Obesity Timebomb┬áby┬á┬áÔÇ£fat activistÔÇØ and psychotherapist Dr. Charlotte Cooper,┬álooks at fat performance, fat culture, and obesity research from a human perspective.
300 Pounds Down, chronicles the progress of a mother who once weighed 417 pounds and opted for bariatric surgery.
Escape from Obesity┬áis a┬ádeeply personal blog about one womanÔÇÖs weight loss journey sharing her innermost thoughts about losing weight.
The World According to Eggface┬áby┬áShelly, who had gastric bypass surgery in 2006., share┬áways to cram delicious nutrition into smaller packages. YouÔÇÖll enjoy reading┬áand could very well win one of her regular giveaways.
Childhood Obesity News┬áseeks to inform professionals like doctors, educators, and counselors. ItÔÇÖs also a great site for parents. The kids get a say, too, in a series of profiles about how they feel about their bodies.┬á
Fit to the Finish┬áby spices Diane Carbonell, who lost 158 lbs almost 20 years ago shares ┬ánews on wellness and eating habits with some of her┬árecipes.┬á
Congratulations to all concerned!