I spend a pretty hefty amount of time reading blogs about fitness, nutrition and health. Here are a few of my favorites by category. Still a work in progress!
On Bullshit and Skeptical Thinking
James Randi Pigasus Awards - The Pigasus Awards are granted to those who sell ideas so dreadful, so manipulative and so blatantly incorrect that they deserved public recognition. (Dr. Oz has been on there three times. Check it out!)
Media Guide to Skepticism - Just a quick write up of what skeptical thinking is and isn't.
Carl Sagan's "Bologna Detection Kit" - A good article on BrainPickings summarizing the tools you need for detecting bologna (or as I like to call it, bullshit), as he writes in The Demon-Haunted World, my top suggestion in my recommended reading list!
Reading Scientific Studies
How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists - by Jennifer Raff
Evaluating medical information on the web
Strength Training Advice and Motivation
Women's Strength Training Series - by Alexander Cortes
Ladies, Measurements Don't Matter
Strength Doesn't Have a Gender
Getting Started with Weight Training - by Krista Scott-Dixon
Worship at the Altar of the Goddess of Form
Body Image and Disordered Eating
"Eating Disorders" category - GoKaleo
Fad Diets - Normalizing Disordered Behavior
I'm Calling for a New Paradigm
Cellulite: It's time we all just get the hell over it
Body Acceptance & The Realities of being lean - Molly Galbraith
Part I: It's Hard Out Here for a Fit Chick
Part II: It's Hard Out Here for a Fit Chick
Is Being Lean Really Worth it?
FUCK CALORIES & Other Dietary Heresies - by Krista Scott-Dixon
Download Here (Must enter email, but very worth it)
Metabolic Rate Series - by GoMaleo
Part II: Why you might not need to lose weight
Part III: Extreme Calorie Restriction
Metabolic Damage Series - by Layne Norton
Listen to all 3 parts on YouTube
On Caloric Intake - by Armi Legge
Everything you ever wanted to know about supplements and the latest nutrition craze
Lots of beginner-friendly, realistic nutrition advice and how to actually use it. Check out their email course.
Great reviews of nutrition studies. Has great blog posts and a monthly nutrition review subscription - cheap and worth it if you're into this kind of stuff.