There’s a lot of great health information out there.
So much, in fact, that finding time to keep up with each individual magazine, website, blog, newspaper, etc. is darn near impossible.
Fortunately, there is one thing we check pretty much every day, all day — our email. And even more fortunately, you can get all the wellness information you need to stay on top of your health delivered right to your inbox via free email newsletters.
We rounded up the top 10 email newsletters to follow to make sure your body stays fit, your mind stays sharp and you perform at your very best.
Many people consider the New York Times to be one of the best sources of news and information — its Well Blog is no exception. Reporter Tara Parker Pope has spent a long career staying up to speed on the very latest in health, wellness, scientific studies and other health-related news — and she’s eager to share it with you.
Dr. Mirkin is a sports medicine pro, fitness guru and longtime radio host known for his wry and honest take on popular diets and health issues Always backed by evidence-based research, he gives a no-hold-back commentary on popular nutrition theories (often that breaks from the norm). Dr. Mirkin is not shy about expressing his criticism of things like the paleo diet and gluten-free, for example, but he’s also a go-to, trusted source for nutrition information that will help you lose weight and stay fit.
What better source than the publication that spends 100 percent of its time and energy focusing on it? Health Magazine is chock full of tasty recipes, quick-hit workouts, wellness information and much, much more.
If you’re looking for the latest and greatest in health and tech, you’ll find it at Food Tech Connect. The site is focused on innovation in the diet and food sector and works to connect businesses and consumers with products that will help them grow and succeed.
Practical. Funny. Whitty. Real. And just plain awesome. That’s the kind of fitness, weight loss and diet advice you’ll find with Fit Bottomed Girls. You’ll also get articles that inspire and empower women, plus real support that will help you stay on-track and motivated.
Sometimes the best way to lose weight is to go to a source that gives you easy-to-digest tips and recipes. That’s exactly what you’ll find with Popsugar Fitness’s newsletter. It’s designed to make your fitness resolutions simpler — and that’s exactly what it does.
You’ve probably heard the whole “you can’t out-exercise a bad diet” thing a time or two before. Enter Eating Well — an online food magazine with thousands of healthy, low-calorie recipes to meet pretty much any diet need, special occasion or creative spark you have.
Harvard University is known worldwide for its cutting-edge research in weight loss, diet, fitness and healthy living. Besides their studies, they also have a website where they publish articles covering everything from easy ways to soup up diets, to recommendations for losing weight, to their latest reports and more.
The amount of information you can find on WebMD is nothing short of incredible. Among the top sources for medical information, WebMD also has a whole section of its site dedicated to nothing but wellness, healthy living, weight loss, diet reviews and more. Besides the wealth of knowledge you can get just by visiting their website, you can stay on-top of all the latest health news with one of their many newsletters.
Don’t let the title fool you — the Nutrition Action newsletter goes far and beyond just being a place for good diet information (although it does that too). It also keeps you up-to-date on the latest health news, weight loss tips, easy fitness routines and much, much more.
Author: Caitlin Hendee
Diet-to-Go Community Manager
Caitlin is the Diet-to-Go community manager and an avid runner. She is passionate about engaging with others online and maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle. She believes moderation is key, and people will have the most weight loss success if they engage in common-sense healthy eating and fitness.