12 Healthy Foodies To Follow On Instagram
Follow these chefs, bloggers, and nutritionists to inspire your clean eating kick in the New Year.
Published Jan 1, 2017 5:00 AM
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McKel Hill of Nutrition Stripped is a registered dietician who says “nutrition is my jam.” Follow her account for fruit and veggie-packed recipes to kickstart your 2017 clean eating plan.
Amelia Freer is a nutritional therapist and author of several cookbooks, including the upcoming book Nourish and Grow: The 10 Day Plan, out March 2017.
Kale Me Maybe
Carina Wolff of Kale Me Maybe is a recipe developer and cookbook author. Follow her Instagram account for inventive healthy recipes, and check out her book, The Spiralizer Recipe Book.
Cookie and Kate
Kate of Cookie and Kate is devoted to creating delicious recipes with whole foods. She’s not one to shy away from healthy and wholesome variations of your favorite cheat foods—cookies, waffles, and yes, ice cream!
Sara Forte of Sprouted Kitchen shares beautiful images of her home, family, and of course, delicious and wholesome food. She’s also the author of two cookbooks.
I Quit Sugar
“Sugar sucks”—or so they say. The team behind I Quit Sugar boasts that over 1 million people worldwide have given up sugar. Are you up for joining the movement in 2017?
Clean Eating Alice
Alice’s inspiring before-and-after photos are reason enough to begin a clean eating kick. The personal trainer and influencer shares her everyday recipes on her colorful and positive Instagram account.
Lily Kunin of Clean Food Dirty City loves to share “food that makes you feel good.” Check out her posts for inspiring, fresh, and seasonal recipes you’ll want to whip up ASAP.
A Beautiful Plate
Laura of A Beautiful Plate shares both healthy, nutrient-packed meals as well as the occasional dessert for your cheat day’s sinful indulgence.
The Feisty Kitchen
Gluten-free blogger and photographer Natasha of The Feisty Kitchen can make just about any dish look delicious.
Fresh and Light
Donna Hay of Fresh and Light posts creative and alternative recipes with go-to ingredients like yogurt, cucumbers, and nuts. Think: spiralized noodles, fresh popsicles, homemade protein fudge, and more.
Ashley Melillo is a psychologist and cookbook author with an affinity for gluten free and vegan alternatives to your favorite comfort foods. Yes, you can eat pizza, tarts, and blondies on a clean eating kick!