I love to start my day reading blogs by inspiring women. I always feel upbeat and empowered after reading their blogs. There are so many women with such amazing stories, many of whom have conquered debilitating diseases or are fighting to make the world a better place. Reading blogs by inspiring women always teaches me something about fortitude and believing in yourself. If you want to feel inspired and empowered, I highly recommend reading these blogs.
Table of contents:
- the wellness warrior
- kris carr
- against all grain
- eat ur veggies
- sarah wilson
- soulful spoon
- food babe
1 The Wellness Warrior
The Wellness Warrior is a blog written by the amazing Jess Ainscough. Jess began her blog to chronicle her recovery from epitheliod sarcoma, a rare and aggressive form of cancer that was found in her left arm and elbow when she was just 22. She was told that the only way she would survive was by having her arm amputated, but she didn’t believe this was the only option. She decided to treat her cancer using the nutritional program set out in Gerson Therapy. Five years later she is cancer free and has her arm! Her blog has inspirational messages, nutrition information, and details about her recovery. Jess has also written a book, Make Peace with Your Plate: Change Your Life One Meal at a Time. This is one of the blogs by inspiring women that you must read.
2 Kris Carr
Kris Carr is another woman who went the non-traditional route to heal her cancer and succeeded. In 2003 she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, and she decided to go on a healing pilgrimage. Along the way she learned a lot, especially about the benefits of a plant based diet. She has filled her blog with the knowledge she learned as a way to help other people. Kris has also written several books, Crazy Sexy Diet and Crazy Sexy Kitchen, which were both on the New York Times best seller list! Kris’s inspiring story was even featured on Oprah! You can read more about her journey at kriscarr.com.
3 Against All Grain
Against All Grain is Danielle Walker’s moving recipe blog that details her recovery from Crohn’s disease using a paleo diet. When Danielle was 22 she was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a debilitating autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks the intestines. Danielle became very sick and was in and out of the hospital. She was put on powerful medications with horrible side effects. Not wanting to spend the rest of her life like that, she decided to see if dietary changes would help. Danielle began eating a paleo diet and healed herself! Her award winning blog features paleo recipes, and she has even written a paleo cookbook, Against All Grain. Her amazing recovery is definitely something to read about.
4 Eat Ur Veggies
Eat UR Veggies is Elisa Rodriguez’s blog about recovering from an autoimmune disease. Elisa was diagnosed with lupus, Raynaud’s, and chilblains when she was in her 20s, and she was put on several medications with serious side effects. After a year of being on the medicine, she decided to contact Dr. Joel Fuhrman, who has a very good success rate of treating lupus through diet. Elisa followed his suggestions and became well enough she no longer needed her medication. As a registered dietitian, Elisa now helps people with autoimmune disease through her blog postings and consultations.
5 Sarah Wilson
A famous author, TV host, former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine, and wellness coach, Sarah Wilson blogs about how she manages Hashimoto’s disease. Hashimoto’s disease is an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid gland. Sarah discovered that she could manage her disease with diet and medication, and now teaches people what she has learned through her blog, at sarahwilson.com.au. She also has a fun side and blogs about her passion for cycling. So, if you are a bicycle enthusiast, Sarah’s cycling posts should pique your interest!
6 Soulful Spoon
The Soulful Spoon is written by Heather Williams, who is also an All Women Stalk writer. I found Heather’s blog a while ago and was so inspired by her story. Heather has recovered from a serious eating disorder and writes honestly about her recovery on her blog. She also posts recipes and things about her daily life she feels her readers might be interested in. In addition to recovering from an eating disorder, Heather also recovered from a seizure disorder by removing sugar from her diet. Her story is very inspirational, and if you haven’t already read her blog, you must check it out.
7 Food Babe
Food Babe is a blog written by a woman named Vani, who after having serious health issues decided to investigate what is really put into our food. She writes about her discoveries on her blog as a way to teach people how to avoid harmful ingredients. However, what is even more inspiring is her success in getting major corporations like Chick-fil-A to improve the ingredients in their food. It is truly empowering to know that one woman can make so much difference. Vani has even appeared on CNN, NBC news, the Doctor Oz show, and other major TV shows. If you want to feel like it is possible to make a difference, check out the Food Babe.
All of these blogs are incredible motivating. Reading how these women changed their lives for the better will inspire you to make positive changes in your life. Their stories are truly remarkable, and each of these women is a positive example to look up to. Who is your favorite female blogger?
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