Who to Follow on Twitter: Healthy Moms
Over the past few years, we’ve watched moms take over the blogosphere, shedding light on everything from diaper brands to dessert recipes. Social media has provided these women a unique way to connect, support each other and share their stories with the world.
We’ve covered the power tweeters, including health experts and fitness bloggers, as well as where to go for nutrition news and healthy recipes. This time we’re bringing you the top healthy moms on Twitter, featuring tips, tricks and daily inspiration in 140 characters or less:
@runfastermommy – Heather Gannoe is a mom with a knack for exercise, who is “convinced exercise will save the world.” She tweets great fitness and training tips.
@CatTBowen – Cat Bowen dishes on maintaining a happy, healthy, and fit family, as well as learning to take care of yourself, at her blog Breakfast to Bed. Her tweets are refreshing and relatable for fellow moms!
@TheNutritionMom - Stephanie Merchant is an IIN grad who founded The Nutrition Mom, where she helps busy moms transform their lives and start thriving! She tweets healthy recipes, and tips for a happier life and family.
@nutrition – IIN grad Holli Thompson became a Health Coach when her son developed chronic issues related to food. Now she has a thriving practice, Nutritional Style, and tweets helpful tips and daily inspiration
@TheJuicyMommy - Tweets from an IIN student, Jackie Rizzo-Malzone who blogs about the latest foods her family is eating, as well as information and knowledge she gains along the way at The Juicy Mommy.
@fitmomtraining – Stephanie blogs at Fit Mom in Training, where she shares about being a mom and self-claimed mid-pack runner. She tweets great workouts!
@integrativemom - IIN grad Holly Shore provides moms with resources, recommendations, and encouragement needed to take responsibility for their health and the health of their families on her site, Integrative Mom.
There’s more to come! Future Twitter directories to look out for:
- Healthy Beauty Bloggers
- Local Food
- School Food Activists
Would you or someone you know like to be considered for one of our Twitter Directories? Email us at email@example.com with the following: your name, Twitter handle, the category you’d like to be included in, and a brief description of the information or resources you share on your feed. Make sure there is a link to your website or blog somewhere on your Twitter page.