January 29, 2022 – Our team is proof that healthy living can be both smart and tasty! This month, we are pleased to announce the union between Healthy But Smart (HBS), an advocate of health-promoting homewares and evidence-based reviews, and Tastylicious, your guide to cooking, eating, and living better. HBS and its team are now proud members of the Tastylicious group.
Healthy But Smart: Options that Work
The Healthy But Smart site was a community devoted to helping its readers make healthier homeware and food choices. Healthy But Smart’s team has done so since 2015 by providing ad-free, evidence-based reviews of health-related foods, supplements, and treatments. With HBS, gain confidence knowing your choices are backed by our team of doctors and scientists.
But a home isn’t complete without its wares. With the HBS team, you know you’re getting the best Vitamix blender, professionally selected air fryer-toaster oven combos, water test kits that actually work, and many more health-promoting homewares.
HBS has served masses of people, with over 5 million pageviews, and we intend to be in the service of many more on the Tastylicious platform.
Tastylicious: Making Better Choices
At Tastylicious, we aspire to help you make better choices in the kitchen with cookware buying guides, walkthroughs, versus posts, and other informational articles.
From the best stainless steel woks and the ultimate carbon steel knives to the perfect recipes that include colon cleanse and oatmeal breakfast smoothies, if it’s about creating better cooking and living experiences, we’re on it. Joining forces with HBS is another step towards fulfilling that promise.
Smarter, healthier, and happier!
The collaboration between Healthy But Smart and Tastylicious makes sense. Healthy living starts with the right ingredients and their substitutes. As the old saying goes, “garbage in, garbage out.” Next is how you process these ingredients with the right kitchenware. Using the same cookware for every recipe is suboptimal at best. Our buying guides nudge you to what you need.
Of course, we’ll need a different guide to keep both ingredients and kitchenware fresh. How-to guides like cleaning woks with rust are here to help. And for a holistic approach, these health-related topics wrap everything in a nice bow.
The new Tastylicious team brings these components together. We look forward to creating more informative content that is not just engaging but also relatable. Here’s to smarter decisions, healthier bodies, and happier lives!