10 Health Food Influencers to Inspire You

10 Vegan, Whole Food, and Living Food Influencers Who Are All We've Avo 🥑 Wanted

(Get It? Avo… as in cado…)

Spring’s around the corner. That means the time for picnics, cookouts, and festivals is quickly approaching. It’s the time of year when we’re all itching to indulge in the best food spring has to offer, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to do so in the healthiest way possible. We want to help you enjoy this refreshing time of year while maintain optimal health and nutrition.

To help you do just that, we’ve gathered our favorite nutrition and health food influences into one place for you. Their love for plant-based cuisine helps them to lead healthier lives, and helps their followers to do the same. I know it certainly inspires us.

MyLilChickPea

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Mum-to-be and UK-based vegan influencer Ciara @Mylilchickpea is one of our favorite Instagram feeds to scroll through. Filled with exotic travels around the globe, transparent pregnancy concerns, adorable dog pictures, and a ton of fresh, healthy recipe ideas - she knows how to inspire us to live healthier lives.

Lucy Watson

 

Star of the hit UK reality show “Made in Chelsea”, Lucy Watson is a champion for vegan food and even has two vegan cookbooks under her belt. She currently has 1.3 million followers on Instagram, and her feed is expertly curated and has us glowing green with envy every time we visit.

Panaceas_Pantry

 

If you’re looking for mouth-watering wholesome recipes, then look no further than @panaceas_pantry on Instagram. Jade and Kath are naturopaths, nutritionists, and herbalists. Every shot on their feed is another vegan masterpiece, and will leave you begging for more!

BrownPaperNutrition

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Jacqueline Alwill is a nutritionist, author and mother who posts amazing and wholesome meals on her Instagram feed. Through her blog, http://thebrownpaperbag.com.au she educates us about the healthiest ways to feed our bodies, without sacrificing taste.

Coconut and Bliss

 

Sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free. That’s the type of food plated by Sophie Fisher on her popular Instagram account @coconutandbliss. Started four years ago, Sophie Fisher’s Instablog features travel and food posts as well as a touch of fashion. Here, you’ll find indulgent recipes that won’t add too many calories to your daily count.

KathEats

 

Promoting a ‘Healthy Foodie Lifestyle” Kath is a registered dietitian and food blogger who shares her favorite recipes with her nearly 18k followers. An advocate for eating “real food” and helping people become culinary masters in their own right, Kath’s @katheats content is fresh, clean, and keeps you wanting more.

ShutTheKaleUp

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Jeannette Ogden practices what she preaches. After turning her own life around and ditching the unhealthy habits she had formed in her early 20’s she’s now an advocate for toxin-free food and helping her 304k @shutthekaleup followers to embrace the same healthy habits that have helped her grab a hold good health!

ChoosingChia

 

Jess, the mastermind behind @choosingchia, works with a very simple philosophy - eat more plant-based foods, buy local, and focus on using fresh, in-season ingredients. Here 272k followers look to her for not just for tips about healthy eating, but also for ways to eat while benefiting the environment at the same time.

Liz Moody

 

Liz Moody, author of Glow Pops and senior editor at MindBodyGreen is an amazingly well-traveled foodie who develops delicious and healthy recipes to inspire even the least experienced of cooks. She firmly believes that eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard, and shares that belief with her thousands of followers.

CleanFoodDirtyCity

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Author of Good Clean Food and Shorty Award Nominee Lily Kunin is a New York resident who believes that the key to life is enjoying food that tastes good, and that makes you feel good at the same time. Her Instagram feed is filled with (mostly) plant-based recipes so that her 118k followers can create at home to pass the wealth of health to their loved ones.

Conclusion

These are just a few of the heath food/ whole food influencers that social media users rely on to guide them to healthy eating patterns. These influencers hold a special value because they’ve established themselves as ‘real’ and trustworthy people. So… you know we’re going to ask…

Who are your favorite nutrition and health influencers? If you’re interested in working with influencers in this niche, we’ll make it easy for you. Sign up for a demo, or check out our resources section, for more information like this.

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