5 Instagram foodies to give your feed a health food makeover

5 Instagram foodies to give your feed a health food makeover

As many of us spend a lot of our time with our eyes glued to our phones, it’s hardly a stretch to say that the content that we see on social media plays a pretty big part in our lives. For this reason, it’s crucial for us to make sure that the content we’re constantly viewing is infusing our days with positive, powerful messages.

 

When it comes to improving our health and diet, Instagram can be the perfect tool to motivate you to eat clean, make better choices, and stay on track.

 

Read on to see some of our favorite foodie Instagrammers that you can follow to give your Instagram feed a healthy, and stunningly aesthetic, makeover.

 

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Lily Kunin, @cleanfooddirtycity

Clean Food Dirty City

Lily Kunin is the NYC-based foodie behind the health-food blog, “Clean Food Dirty City.” Drawing inspiration from the chefs in her own family, Kunin launched her blog with the goal of sharing delicious plant-based clean eats with her friends and followers. Her Instagram feed is the perfect reflection of her dishes: simple, vibrant, and flat-out mouthwatering.

 

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Angela Liddon, @ohsheglows

Oh She Glows

The founder of vegan blog, “Oh She Glows,” Angela Liddon first turned to blogging as a way to write about her recovery from an eating disorder. She openly shares her health journey and her reflections on the positive way that the right foods can impact our bodies. Liddon’s creations in the kitchen, and her gorgeous photos of them, provide the perfect inspiration for whipping up easy, practical dishes that combine healthy ingredients with satisfying flavor.

 

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McKel Hill, @nutritionstripped

Nutrition Stripped

A certified dietitian nutritionist, McKel Hill — founder of “Nutrition Stripped” — is definitely someone you can trust when it comes to your health food needs. Chock-full of colorful images of plant-centric, gluten-free recipes and the simple ingredients going into these dishes, Hill’s Instagram offers the perfect balance of foodie inspiration alongside general snapshots and motivational bits from her wellness-filled life.

 

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Katie Higgins, @chocolatecoveredkatie

Chocolate-Covered Katie

Nobody really needs a reason to want to see photos of chocolate and desserts on a daily basis; Katie Higgins — founder of the dessert blog, “Chocolate-Covered Katie” — has certainly given us one. Not only are Higgins’ scrumptious chocolate recipes as satisfying to the eyes as they are to the sweet tooth, but they’re actually healthy. Made with real ingredients and stripped of excess fats and sugars, Higgins’ sweet treats are sure to have you shamelessly baking up a storm in no time.

 

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Ella Woodward, @deliciouslyella

Deliciously Ella

Ella Woodward’s appeal as a health food sensation comes from a lot more than her amazing recipes and stunning foodtography; it comes from her inspiring journey. After being diagnosed with Postural Tachycardia Syndrome, Woodward looked to holistic healing approaches and adopted a new lifestyle that included a diet without meat, dairy, sugar, gluten, or additives. Her Instagram chronicles her appetizing culinary experiments, all of which accomplish the not always easy task of making eating right crave-worthy.

 

What are some of your favorite health food Instagram accounts? Share them below or tweet me @tamarahoumi

Tamara Rahoumi

Tamara Rahoumi is a third-culture kid of Egyptian descent who was born and raised in New Jersey. She loves experiencing new things, and is in a constant state of wanderlust. She has spent a year studying in Switzerland and another teaching in Albania. Tamara graduated from Rutgers University, where she studied political science and cultural anthropology. She reports on a variety of stories for MUIPR. Follow Tamara on twitter @tamarahoumi.

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