thechalkboardeats reader survey 2018

Welcome to our first ever #TheChalkboardEats reader poll. Whether you’re a long-time daily reader, a devoted Instagram follower, or just a new-to-wellness dabbler, we want to hear from you!

In our poll below, we’re laying out the wellness foodie landscape in under thirty questions we think are key. Grab a cup of this or that, pull up that laptop and lay it on us. We’ve left plenty of room for you to express your own preferences when it comes to nutrition in your very own words.

This is the first time we’ve launched such a comprehensive poll and we can’t wait to hear everything you’ve got to say. We’re looking forward to combing through your personal responses to aim more of our content toward the topics, recipes + solutions that matter to you most.

Answer as few or as many questions as you like, feel free to fill in those comment boxes — and have fun… Pop over to Instagram + drool over  #TheChalkboardEats feed that inspired it all!

#TheChalkboardEats Reader Poll

Thanks for participating! We look forward to seeing all the results + bringing
you even more of what you love in 2018!

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  1. More articles on beauty and wellness for older women (60+) – there’s not really anyone speaking to us right now

    Donna | 01.29.2018 | Reply
    • Love that Donna! We’ll keep in mind. Lots of this last week’s content applies to you. Let us know if there is anything in particular you’d like to learn and check out our stories with Dr. Sara Gottfried!

      The Chalkboard | 01.29.2018 | Reply
      • I have to add to Donna’s post that I don’t want to look YOUNGER. I want to look vital and full of energy and life. Younger is overrated. I just turned 60 and have never been happier. I’ve earned my face and body. It tells my story. I would never artificially alter it. Articles on how to look younger, from the get-go, turn me off.

        Marie | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  2. More articles on wellness for older women, and recipes that are egg and gluten free.

    Christy Assid | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  3. Echoing what the ladies above have said. I adore your content but would also love to see more geared towards women dealing with perimenopause and especially postmenopausal health and wellness issues. And while I adore Sara Gottfried I know there are other experts who could also contribute. Thanks!

    Lisa | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  4. More gluten free + vegan/plant based articles and recipes. Also inflammation fighting remedies.

    Lauren | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  5. Would appreciate foods, herbs, smoothies that fight arthritis inflammation.

    Catherine | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  6. Agree with Donna, Marie & Lisa above -vibrant health at any age. Would like to know more about the Blue Zones Project.

    SuSu | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  7. It is not easy to understand all these things.

    generatefreerobux.com | 01.29.2018 | Reply
  8. I’m a girl on a tight budget! I’d love to try all of these things (adaptogens, matcha, etc), but I can’t really spring for them all. I’d love to see articles helping people pinpoint what would be a few great things to purchase on the regular, and what would be a worthwhile splurge or investment.

    Sailor | 01.30.2018 | Reply
  9. I would love to see the inclusion of more recipes with basic/minimal ingredients or at least some that allow for substitutions that are more easily accessible.

    • Yes!!!! Minimal ingredients is huge! Great suggestion!

  10. I would love to see more content that is more inclusive and diverse! Wellness for all, not just the wealthy! More ages, colors, gender expressions, sexual orientations, diverse backgrounds. Racial inclusion, issues of food justice and availability, and the environment! We need more conversations about these important, timely topics! They are SO relevant to health and wellness 🙂

  11. More on eating well through osteoporosis please

    Charlotte | 02.04.2018 | Reply
  12. More profiles on different women’s daily routines.
    I’d also like more recipes/food related content for women who like to eat a lot, and do not limit themselves so much–not just smoothies for breakfast, salads for lunch, fear of gluten, etc.

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