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Healthy Recipes Straight to Your Inbox

Posted on 17th Dec, 2010 by Hillary Mickell

If you suddenly found out you had a gluten allergy, how would you know what to eat? How easy would it be to find satisfying, mouth-watering gluten-free recipes? The solution to this connundrum is not so easy. Living gluten-free is just one of many specialized health-related criteria people have when searching for recipes. Surely, you have a few of your own.

Here are a few statistics to ponder:

* There are an estimated 7.3 million vegetarians in the United States, and the number is growing daily
* One in 1750 people in the world have the autoimmune disorder celiac disease, requiring them to eliminate gluten products, like wheat and barley, from their diet
* Nut allergies affect roughly 4 percent of adults in the United States, and around 6 percent of children

The Daily Bite

Regardless of your dietary requirements — like death and taxes — at the end of the day everyone is faced with the age-old question: “What am I going to make for dinner!?”

Foodily is proud to announce that it has partnered with WebMD in an effort to answer this question for celiacs, vegetarians, and others with special dietary needs. The Daily Bite, WebMD’s recently launched newsletter, delivers a new healthy recipe each day to your email inbox. Each recipe is created by one of several talented food bloggers, whose recipes can be found on Foodily.com.

Meet the Bloggers

Who are these food bloggers, you ask? Here they are! Check out their descriptions below and search for them on Foodily. You won’t be disappointed.

Gluten-Free Goddess – Karina Allrich is by all definitions, a “gluten-free goddess.” Writing since 2005, she is not only a phenomenal blog author, but also a compelling artist who expresses herself through cooking, canvas, and poetry. Allrich nurtures souls through her recipes, which are specially created for those with celiac disease. But these recipes will appeal to anyone who loves good cooking.

The Healthy Apple – Health-conscious New York blogger Amie Valpone has a mission: “to change the way people eat, feeding people food- the way food was meant to be.” Specializing in gluten-free and dairy-free culinary nutrition, Valpone, HHC, AADP shares her passion for cooking and healthy living with her recipes, tips, and inspiring approach to clean eating.

No Meat Athlete – Matt Frazier guarantees that you’ll be running marathons and ultramarathons on a vegetarian or vegan diet, and his blog – founded in 2009 – has the recipes to get you started. When he’s not working on his PhD in Applied Math or out running marathons, Frazier cooks delicious vegetarian and vegan meals for his family.

Sprouted Kitchen – This is a blog that’s all about loving food in its purest form. Blogging since 2009, Sara and Hugh embrace healthy cravings, “veggie fiending,” and clean cooking. Among their vegetarian recipes, you’ll find a few indulgences, but mostly delicious natural food recipes that satisfy a wide variety of tastes.

Food Gal – Blogger Carolyn Jung is an award-winning food writer who’s been journaling about her favorite sweet and savory recipes since 2008. In addition to being a James Beard Award Recipient for her food writing, she is also a renowned contributor to some of the country’s top food publications and a food judge for chef competitions.

A Nutritionist Eats – Emily is a nutritionist who loves all foods, and believes that the key to a healthy lifestyle is to enjoy everything in moderation. A blogger since 2009, Emily has a collection of recipes that reflect her favorite sweet and savory foods, as well as tips for making indulgent foods a little healthier.

CityMama – Popular mommy blogger Stefania Pomponi Butler shares a hip mix of recipes and tips on cooking for your family, as well as tips on meal planning, design, pop culture, and all things motherhood. Her family-friendly dishes are sure to be a hit in any home that has picky little eaters.

Dana Treat – The Dana Treat blog is a delightful source of vegetarian and baked good recipes. A blogger since early 2009, Dana has transformed her love of healthy baking and her vegetarian lifestyle into a collection of recipes that are easy to follow. These recipes could easily become staples in your family.

Nourished Kitchen – This site is in all respects a “real food” blog. Jenny of NK focuses on real food done deliciously, consciously, and with a healthy attitude. This is one recipe source you’ll want to visit time and again to find recipes for traditional foods, fermented and cultured foods, sustainable meals, and other wholesome and nourishing dishes. NK is also a great source for info on food politics, grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork, and other elements of sustainable living.

Sign Up!

Start benefiting from these bloggers’ culinary expertise by signing up for the WebMD Daily Bite newsletter. You’ll get hand-picked recipes delivered straight to your inbox every morning. Spend less time worrying about what to make for dinner, and more time enjoying delicious and healthy recipes that fit your dietary needs.

Photo Credit: Rachel Saldana

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Comments (8)

  1. 17th Dec 2010
    by Karina

    Perfect timing! Just when I need some fresh inspiration- the start of a New Year. I look forward to discovering healthy new recipes from these fellow food bloggers on The Daily Bite (yes, I signed up). Thanks, Hillary!

  2. 17th Dec 2010

    Looking forward to seeing some delicious healthy recipes!

  3. 20th Dec 2010
    by Lisa

    I’m eagerly awaiting your newsletter. I’ve been waiting for such a service that offers healthy recipes. And I’m thrilled to see Food Gal on here. Love her blog.

  4. 30th Jun 2012
    by Irene Frutiger

    Try these recipes they are so good!

  5. 5th Jun 2013
    by Teresa

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    me. And i am glad reading your article. But wanna commentary
    on some basic things, The website taste is great, the articles is really great : D.
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  6. 2nd Aug 2013

    Thanks for all the good recipes. Looking forward to seeing some delicious and healthy fish recipes!

    best regards Peter Klerell

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