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My writing has been featured on The Huffington Post and The Mighty

British Dietetic Association: Eat Fact Not Fiction (Video) – What’s the harm? Why I turned to the world of wellness out of desperation to cure my chronic illness. 

The Nourishment Network – Sickly Sweet

BBC Ouch – I wash my clothes in fizzy pop

Healthline – Why do people fall for miracle cures?

xoJane – I’m a wellness blogger, and the bad practices I’ve seen in my industry scare me

Health Bloggers Community – Living with Chronic Illness

Al Jazeera Stream: Paralympic Perseverance 

Chronicality: Write to cope: Getting a handle on Chronic Illness

Don’t Salt My Game: Episode 14

Chronicality: 15 Spoonies to Follow

Health Bloggers Community: Being a chronic illness blogger with Natasha Lipman

About Time You Met: Nutritiously Natasha

Women’s Health – Gratitude

Well To Do London

Hbloggers Bulletin

Content Beauty

#HBloggers Fresh Start Ebook

The Feed Feed: Smoothie Feed

BBC Ouch Podcast 112: Green Juice vs Bacon Rolls

BBC News: The disabled food blogger photographing her way back to health

All Vegan Foods: How one woman fought three chronic illnesses

BBC Mundo: la bloguera enferma que fotografía la comida que mejora su salud (ES)

The Nutritionista: Interview with Natasha Lipman, Founder of Nutritiously Natasha

BBC Brasil: Blogueira com síndrome rara posta fotos de comidas que ‘melhoram saúde’

Road to Everywhere: #whaticanchange: Meet Natasha

Emol: Bloguera difunde sus platos con los que lucha contra varias enfermedades (ES)

The Colourful Kitchen: The Power of Plants: what they can cure

Well to do London: The instagram hashtag taking London’s healthy foodie scene by storm

The Healthful Diaries: Natasha Lipman – Jumping into an anti-inflammatory, plant-based lifestyle to heal from three chronic illnesses

Spoonie Sophia: Dysautonomia Awareness Month: A Guest Post From Natasha Lipman

Kahla: Interview with Nutritiously Natasha

OZY: I ditched the painkillers for a plant-based diet (and it worked)

Big Think: Using food to create health is great medicine