Gluten – free : Linkipedia

Celiac, Gluten-Sensitive, wheat Allergies…? These are some links which could be useful for you, have a look!


Gluten-Free Globetrotter

Grain changer

No gluten, no problem

Raising Jack with celiac

Glten free follow me!

Elanas Pantry

Only Taste Matters

The aventures of anti-wheat girl

Gluten is my bitch

I’m a celiac

Girls Gone Gluten Free

The celiac diva

Chef Janet

What The Fork

Gluten-Free Palate

Gluten Away

Gluten Free Gal

Gluten Free Hungry Gal

King Gluten Free

Celiac in the City

Gluten Free G

Snixy Kitchen

Celiac and the Beast

Against all grain

If you know any other web, please let us know!:)


Healthy Food Bloggers

This is a compilation about blogs which could give you a lot of ideas and recipes for a healthy lifestyle.

  1. Deliciously Ella

Best for: tricking yourself into eating healthier

As a self-described former “sugar monster”, Ella Woodward overhauled her diet after being diagnosed with Postura

She has Tachycardia Syndrome, a rare and debilitating illness that causes everything from headaches to fainting. When conventional medicine couldn’t help her symptoms, Ella cut out all junk and switched to eating only plant-based foods – and the impact on her health was mind-blowing. Now she shares her super healthy, and more importantly, super delicious recipes through her blog and popular app; her much-awaited cookbook will be out in January.

  1. Hemsley and Hemsley

Best for: adventurous chefs

Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley are London-based sisters who base their recipes around fresh, unprocessed ingredients and natural fats and sugars. Their slick, stylish website and beautifully shot images make their blog a joy to browse (and cook from).

  1. Oh She Glows

Best for: veggies and vegans

Angela has won awards for her clean, easy to use blog, and she shares everything from recipes to menu ideas with inspiring life updates along the way. As a recovering eating disorder sufferer, Angela’s writing conveys her passion and interest for vegan food in a healthy, positive way. Her cookbook was released earlier this year, and quickly became a New York Times Bestseller – worth picking up if you like her online work.

  1. Eatori

Best for: wanderlust-ers

Sydney-born Tori now resides in London, where she makes her living as a food writer. Her blog, Eatori, combines her interest in food with her love for travel – a quality that’s reflected in features like her ‘Best coffee in…’ collection, where she hunts out the best caffeine hit in all of the cities she’s been to. The author of two low-carb books, Tori’s approach is all about satisfying meals that don’t revolve around white flour and grains.

  1. Wholeheartedly Healthy

Best for: better body image

Laura’s bright and beautiful style focuses on the entire package of health, from feeling good physically, mentally and emotionally – there’s even a whole section devoted to positive body image. Regardless of whether you’re there for the recipes or the life advice, you’ll come away with a smile on your face.

  1. Honestly Healthy

Best for: improving digestion

Honestly Healthy’s founder, Natasha, has managed to turn her passion for healthy eating into her life’s work, with two books, a food delivery service and a fab website full of delish recipes and healthy eating tips. Tash’s approach centres on cooking the alkaline way – which is based on the idea that foods with a high pH (acidic) are hard on the system, whereas alkaline eating (foods with a low pH) are the key to life long health.

  1. Madeleine Shaw

Best for: glowy skin

With an interest in healthy food from a young age, Madeleine’s work is all about helping you rediscover the joy of eating well, and see the influence it can have on your health both inside and out – particularly in terms of digestion and skin (her “Get the glow” recipes are a particular fave). As well as a blogger, she’s a qualified nutritional health coach, and has worked with celebs like Millie Mackintosh and Caggie Dunlop.