Here are some wonderful places online for anything healthy, active, and wonderful.  I give it my personal stamp of approval as something that provides great information on how to live a happy, healthy life.  Have you found something you would like to share? Let me know and I'll add it to the list!

Eat to Live: by Dr. Joel Furhman.  This is the book that started it all for Lacey. Check our her reviewBuy it on Amazon.

Full DISHClosure: "Full DISHClosure dishes out the truths about food sources and lifestyle choices.  Amanda is certified in plant-based nutrition & is passionate about living well."

The Sunny Raw Kitchen: Carmella provides a wonderful community for raw foodies.  Between her incredible recipes and personal posts about her journey, it's a great starting point for those beginning the lifestyle.

Nature's Knockout This beautiful mother & daughter makeup duo update you with incredibly useful information on safe, natural makeup, fun recipes, and all things healthy! They remind you, you don't have to sacrifice beauty to stay safe!

Raw Freedom Community: Questions? Recipes? Fitness? It's everything you need in one forum, with a large community of people that can help you.

Choosing Raw: Gena (pronounced Jenna) offers counseling, and incredible amount of information, and recipes on living an almost raw lifestyle.  She is 100% vegan, and about as close to completely raw as she can get, but not 100%. She says, "I don’t believe that a 100% diet is optimal for all people, either from a psychological or dietetic standpoint, but I do believe that most people can experience tremendous health benefits from adding more raw food to their diets. The title of my blog, then, is not meant to suggest raw foodism as it’s traditionally meant, but rather a lifestyle that 1) encourages us to eat “close to nature,” and and 2) encourages us all to incorporate more raw foods into our routines."