Eat Lift Mom, a leading provider of health and fitness resources for moms, announced today that it has acquired the website and brand Whole Family Strong. The acquisition will allow Eat Lift Mom to expand its reach and offer more comprehensive wellness resources to mothers.
Whole Family Strong was a popular website dedicated to helping families prioritize their health and nutrition. With its focus on the basics of healthy living, the website quickly gained a loyal following of readers who appreciated its practical advice and easy-to-follow tips.
Eat Lift Mom, founded by Christi Timmers-Smith, is a group of health and fitness professionals who are passionate about helping moms prioritize their health while raising a family. With a Bachelor’s degree in Bioscience and several certifications in fitness nutrition and pre/postnatal fitness, Christi has a deep understanding of the science behind health and fitness for moms.
“We are thrilled to bring Whole Family Strong into the Eat Lift Mom family,” said Christi Timmers-Smith, founder of Eat Lift Mom. “We share a common goal of helping families live healthier, more active lives. With this acquisition, we will be able to offer even more comprehensive resources to our readers, including tips on healthy eating, family-friendly workouts, and safe products for families.”
Eat Lift Mom has already made significant strides in providing free resources for moms, including quick and effective workouts during pregnancy and postpartum, simple meal plans for families, and product reviews for various fitness equipment, clothing, and family products. With the addition of Whole Family Strong’s loyal readership, Eat Lift Mom hopes to continue to grow its community and help even more moms find a balance between taking care of their families, and taking care of themselves..
About Eat Lift Mom:
Eat Lift Mom is a group of health and fitness professionals who are dedicated to helping moms prioritize their health while raising a family. With a focus on exercise, healthy eating, and safe products, Eat Lift Mom offers free resources and practical advice to help moms achieve their fitness goals while be caregivers. For more information, visit EatLiftMom.com.
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