Privacy Policy

EatnLiveWell is committed to protecting the privacy of visitors to this Site with our privacy policy. You can go through most of this site without exposing any personally identifiable information. However, sometimes we need your additional information in order to provide you with the services or information that you want. This Site also provides a variety of interactive features providing public discussion areas. No personal identifying data is safe but does allow visitors an opportunity for feedback on our company and its products through these various means. Many users find this helpful.

Who we are – Our Privacy Policy

We are passionate bloggers who want to share our own experience and expertise through our thorough research and collected stories with our community at large.


We collect information about visitors to our site, such as the comments submitted in a form and details about their IP address and browser.


If you share images on the website, you should not share images that will reveal your location data (EXIF GPS) included. Guest readers of the website can download or even access any location data from pictures on the website. Refer to our privacy policy here.


We use cookies to save your personal information for convenience. You don’t need to enter this information again if you’re commenting on our website. Our cookie remains in place for one year before it is automatically removed from the system.

When you visit our login page, we will set a temporary cookie on your browser in order to see if the user accepts cookies. This cookie is not personal and it expires after its time or when you close out of the browser.

When you’re logged in, we set up cookies that store your login information and screen display options. Login cookies last for two days if the browser is closed or turned off while option-choosing cookies last a year. If “Remember Me” is selected, this will keep your computer logged in to our account for fourteen days after every time it’s been shut down until it gets logged out of our account again and clears its own authentication data at the same time as yourself!

You can publish or edit an article with the click of a button. This action will create a cookie in your browser that expires after 1 day and contains no personal information.

Embedded content from other websites

This site provides embedded content from other sites. For example, videos and images act as they should when coming to you from another website!

If you have an account on these websites and are logged in, people who also search for your information may be collecting information about you. They will track your interaction with any embedded content as well.

Who can access your data with our privacy policy

Please note that we will mention your IP address in the email if you request a password reset.

How long we retain your data

Your comment and its metadata are being retained indefinitely to automatically approve any follow-up comments in place of the moderation queue.

You store the personal information you provide in your user profile when you register on our website. You can edit or delete this data at any time- except for changing your username and email address. Administrators of the site also have access to it, as they are able to view and edit anything that is stored there.

What rights do you have over your data

You can request that we send your personal data back to you and erase any personal information. This excludes any necessary data for administrative or legal purposes. We might keep your information if it’s not relevant, but could be useful in case there are security issues in the future. We strictly follow the Privacy Law of the U.S.

Where we send your data with our privacy policy

Automated spam detection services will scan all comments on the website for any signs of this.