Last week, I read this post by Danielle Zeigler about Why You Should Do Link Round-ups on Your Blog. Link round-ups are a great way to introduce readers to new blogs, network with other bloggers and encourage conversation about interesting and fun topics! I’ve been thinking about starting a round up on my blog for a while and that article was just the inspiration I needed.
Without further ado– here’s my first Sunday Link Love! I’m linking up with Running with Spoons in the hopes of meeting new and interesting bloggers!
Health & Nutrition
How To: Beat Belly Bloat via Nutrition Stripped
Distorting Nutrition Facts to Generate Buzz via Huffington Post
5 Things a Dietitian Would Never Say via US News
Behind New Dietary Guidelines, Better Science via NY Times (from two weeks ago, but I think it’s still an important article to share!)
National Nutrition Month via RDelicious Kitchen: important to know the difference between an RD and a nutritionist!
Hot Yoga Tips for Beginners via Jill Conyers
5 Pilates Exercises That Will Strengthen Your Yoga Practice via Mind Body Green
A Week of Quick, Healthy Meals via The Lean Green Bean: looking forward to this series– as her Bean Bytes series is already awesome, this one will be awesome too!
11 Ways to Use Miso Paste via Food Confidence: how cool are the graphics in this post?
Healthy Kitchen Hacks #6 – The Green Edition via Teaspoon of Spice
Spicy Shrimp Tacos via The Lean Green Bean
Butternut Squash Black Bean Enchiladas via Dietitian Debbie: how gorgeous are her pictures.
10 Everyday Habits To Make You A Calmer Person via Mind Body Green
How to Start a Meditation Practice via Avocado A Day Nutrition
Ten Unique Ways to Reduce Stress via Healthy Helper Blog
Engaging in the Moment Instead of Wanting to Be Somewhere Else via Tiny Buddha
5 Beliefs About Happiness That Make Us Unhappy via Tiny Buddha
Why You Should Do Link Round-ups on Your Blog via Danielle Zeigler
Follow me…or don’t. via InspiredRD
Kaboom Pics: under the Creative Commons Zero license– free photos to use without having to link back!
(teehee, sorry couldn’t resist!)
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Hi! I’m Emily, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and self-taught intuitive chef. I firmly believe that cooking is the simplest and most important step we can take to improve our minds and bodies and build healthier communities. Join me and let’s bring food back to the kitchen!