Sponsors

This page will continually be updated with all information on monthly sponsors, including information on discounts for people like you, HLBers! So stop by often!

Interested in becoming an advertiser on HealthyLivingBlogs.com? Please visit the Advertising information page to learn more!  [Psst: we also offer MAJORLY discounted ad-space to our fellow HLB members!  If you want to promote your blog while supporting the HLB community [for as little as $6.25 a month!!] check out this page: Promote Your Blog! ]

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Punch Supplements have all the world’s brands for you in one place. Whatever your goal: building lean muscle, building body mass, improved recovery, losing weight or supporting health – we have the right product for you. We also have loads of great information on our website with workout, supplement & nutrition articles, as well as stacks of videos.

 


Kyle's Health Blog LogoKyle’s Health Blog is written by Kyle Elliott and focuses on the interplay between health and a wide array of issues in society, such as social justice and diversity awareness, access to healthcare, sexuality, race/racism, and mental health and wellbeing.

Kyle has experience in various aspects of health, including sexual and reproductive health, inmate partner violence, food insecurity, mental health, and arthritis and tother chronic illnesses.  He has a passion for prevention education and harm reduction.  For more info, visit his website at KyleElliottHealth.com.


250x250_3B MixMyOwn.com allows you to create fully customized cereals of your dreams. You can choose from 100 wholesome ingredients including variety of organic, NonGMO, additive-free and sugar-free ingredients in 5 categories – cereal base, base ingredients, fruits, nuts&seeds and extras. You can choose muesli, granola, or multigrain flakes base and then add ingredients of your choice. The options include many non-traditional items and superfoods such as cocoa nibs, vanilla beans, bee pollen, matcha tea powder or organic acai berry powder and also 13 types of freeze-dried fruits. MixMyOwn is dedicated to promoting a wholesome lifestyle for customers by providing easy to access tools and a simple natural product.


Crazy Rockin Health

Connie Trowbridge wants to live in a world that’s filthy with organic farms, mom & pop bookstores, and artsy cafes.

As a holistic health coach, and wellness writer, she’s been featured in Healthy Organic Woman Magazine, and Life of a Fighter.

When she’s not creating humorous content (that often contains four-letter words) you can find her re-reading the collected works of Chelsea Handler, sampling obscene amounts of chocolate without a trace of shame, and optimistically checking out her window to see if UPS has delivered her latest Amazon present.

Her latest ebook —From Doritos to Kale Chips— hit the web in March 2014.

Discover how to achieve rockin’ health with style, simplicity + astonishing ease at Connieville.com


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Tara is the fitness and food lover living in Indianapolis, IN blogging at Treble in the Kitchen.

She has a huge passion for experimenting in the kitchen, living an active life, and pursuing her dreams. As an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor, and Les Mills Certified Bodypump and CXWORX Instructor, she loves teaching group fitness classes and being physically active every day.

The blog follows her life and interests in fitness, mostly healthy food, family, friends, and living a well-balanced and healthy life.


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Dr Sarah McKay is a kiwi neuroscientist with a PhD from Oxford University. After moving to Australia in search of sunshine she spent five years conducting neuroscience research before deciding to follow her bliss of talking about science rather than doing it. Now, she combines raising her two little boys on Sydney’s Northern Beaches with writing about brain science and health. On her blog, Sarah specialises in breaking down neuroscience research into simple actionable steps to improve brain health. She blogs about the brain, interviews scientists, and runs a walking book club at Your Brain Health. Follow Sarah at www.facebook.com/YourBrainHealth Twitter @SarahMMcKay and G+


My Body Zen is written by Abby – a twenty-something Canadian chick who loves food, fitness & all things related. What began in 2011 as a weight-loss blog has now (~50 lbs later) turned into a health blog about maintaining physical fitness & living a healthy, well-rounded life. Featuring vegetarian, vegan & raw recipes, local finds and much more! ‘My Body Zen’ is about finding the best, healthiest version of you! What’s your Zen?


Let’s Talk and Walk follows Glenneth, a 43-year-old AdWords Specialist/Project Manager, as she gets healthy through walking, cycling, strength training, modifying her eating habits, and having fun. While not a runner, Glenneth loves walking 5Ks in her area. Some of her recent blog posts include: 10 Great Reasons to Stretch and Are You Worth 2%? When not talking about working out or eating healthy, you will catch Glenneth reviewing gadgets, cosmetics, or restaurants; sharing motivational tips; or discussing her attempts to cook.


running4cupcakesAt Running4Cupcakes follows Katie’s life and quest for balance and healthy living. Katie blogs about everything, her favorite topics being running, teaching BODYPUMP and aerobics, being a new Mom, daily life, her latte addiction, crafts, new recipes, baking, and lots of pictures of Luke (her 16 month old) and Abby (her 8 year old collie mix). Check Katie  out on twitter(@runs4cupcakes), facebook, or instagram.


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On News from Alameda Street, Danielle shares stories about life with her wonderful husband and sweet littles in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Danielle is a part time teacher and photographer, bringing doses of knowledge and gorgeous shots to her posts.  You’ll find family updates, tips for making healthy decision making easier, inspiration for DIY fun, and buckets of great ideas for keeping little hands busy and spending time with the people you love.


We create our lives to be anything we want them to be! This is a very lost thought in our culture today.   Many things make us feel hopeless and powerless: The current medical system, skewed information about nutrition, our food system (how food is grown and processed), our feelings of hopelessness about the government and political climate, our education system, our old cultural or religious beliefs that make us feel small and unworthy, old mental patterns or self-deprecating ways of thinking, the feeling that we lack choices in how to live our life, pressure to conform to whatever “normal” may be, etc.  The Empowered Way is dedicated to growth and re-thinking. It is a blog that highlights the importance of plant-based nutrition for optimum health, and inspires its readers to make small changes that can go a LONG way to improving the quality of their lives.


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Katerina Pozzi is a yoga instructor, graduate student, and writer, based out of Portland, Oregon. She is currently working toward a master’s degree in Chinese medicine.

Drawing from her broad background in various health modalities, including yoga, Ayurveda, Chinese medicine, qigong, modern science, nutrition, medicinal herbalism, and mindfulness, Katerina has created Della Terra Wellness to provide a resource for a wide variety of natural health strategies.

Many people think that attaining health is complicated and expensive. Della Terra Wellness is here to show you that it doesn’t have to be either of those things.  You can find balance no matter what path you choose to walk, you just have to explore to find what works for you.


LogoFinal110Julie Grice began Savvy Eats in September of 2009. Her philosophy in life is “Smart Food, Smart Fitness & Smart Life,” which she highlights by being a resource for eating locally and seasonally, cycling and appreciating the little things in life. She is a new homeowner, and is excited to branch out into home-related projects and blog posts.


twf1[2]Alicia is the enthusiastic blogger behind the full of spirit and fun site The Wannabe Foodie. She is a fulltime graduate student who spends her free time reading, cooking and training for half marathons. At The Wannabe Foodie you can find discussion on running, recipes, and the coolest dog in all the land, Butternut Squashington.  Alicia is an HLB Staffer and was a part of the #HLS12 planning and volunteer team.


blog ad[2]just a one girl revolution. is the story of Mindy’s journey as she learns what it means to live the best kind of life.  Mindy is in the midst of a 100 pound weight loss.  She once was a girl who would say she’d run only if she was being chased and could eat an entire pizza in one sitting.  Today, she continues to revolutionize her own life.  She is a vegetarian, half marathon, triathlete, and yogi.  In 2013, she hopes to add marathoner to that list!  On Mindy’s blog, you’ll find snippets of her everyday life, everything from race recaps to book reviews to tidbits about her city of Grand Rapids, Michigan – and so much more.


bzthumbBrownies and Zucchini started in 2010 as an effort for self-proclaimed picky eater, Kelly, to expand her tastes by breaking out of old food habits and finding new favorites. The blog follows her reviews of recipes, restaurants, and products, as well as some running, crafting, travel, local events, and of course adorable photos of Olive the pug and Miss Kitty.


eleven2Eleven2 is a web hosting provider comprised of talented designers, developers, musicians, film makers, business owners, writers, photographers, bloggers, and much more. All of us at Eleven2 are a lot like you, making it easier for us to understand and deliver exactly what it is that you need. As Eleven2 continues to grow and expand, it is important for us to hold on to our roots as a company who invests everything into our customers. These characteristics have prompted our current success and isolated us from the rest of our competition. Eleven2 is set at a great pace to change the world of web hosting by treating customers like people, one person at a time.