Last Updated on January 3, 2021 by Lori Geurin
Do you ever get bored eating the same foods day after day? In case you’re craving a little food inspiration, then look no further. In this post, I’ll share the top 25 healthy food Instagram accounts to make your mouth water.
Many include gluten-free, ketogenic, vegan, paleo, sugar-free, dairy-free, and Whole 30 options, so there’s something for everyone. I’m adding some of my personal favorites too. In essence, I hope they inspire you to create new recipes, order nutritious meals, and eat fresh year-round. Enjoy!
Top 25 Healthy Food Instagram Accounts To Follow
Carina Wolff creates nutritious recipes as well as focusing on clean eating. She writes about health and wellness and is also a cookbook author.
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Ella’s recipes are plant-based and definitely not boring! Likewise, you don’t need to be a vegan to enjoy her granola, oat bars, energy bars and muesli.
Also, be sure to check out the wonderful variety of delectable dishes.
Sarah, Founder of TheDeliciousLife is an expert at making real food appear exquisite. By and large, the brightly colored food images are a work of art!
Vani Hari is the creator of FoodBabe.com and the New York Times Best-Selling Author. Her goal is to empower people to become “food investigators” and, in fact, make healthy choices about what they eat.
This approach appeals to the research nerd in me. But even if you’re not into the research, you’ll love her focus on health.
Anni Kravi is a holistic health coach who lives in Florida. She creates healthy food that looks too good to eat. In particular, she frequently posts healthful porridge concoctions.
Next is an account where the food does all the talking.
Okay, guys, not only does the photo above appeal to my obsession with Kelly Clarkson (that girl can sing!) but the creativity and humor shown throughout this Instagram account make it unique and fun.
In other words, @talkingfood is a must-see!
If you’re familiar with the Whole30 program, you’ll enjoy this huge collection of colorful food images and healthy recipes.
In the same way, as you’d expect with Whole30, there’s no
- junk food
- added sugar
just real, whole food.
Natasha Kadimi shares about her recovery from eating disorders and how healthy food has helped her heal. Not to mention the food pics are gorgeous. Plus, her account is inspirational, especially at a time when people are talking more about body image.
Julie Resnick is the creator of thefeedfeed. It’s a group of over 1 million Instagrammers. The members can share recipes and videos when they tag the account. What a cool concept!
Did you notice the adorable hugging carrots above? Of course, this is only one of the creative photographs Brittany Wright collects in her bright, rainbow-colored Insta account. Don’t miss this one!
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This one is run by Taline at HippieLane.com. To begin with, can we just talk about that fresh sherbet color scheme and Bohemian vibe?
Or what about the cheeky quotes about motherhood, marriage and friendship? Not to mention the delectable treats. As can be seen, they all add to the appeal of this beautifully cohesive wellness account.
Lily Kunin stresses that healthy food nourishes the body and “makes you feel good.” She also posts a variety of dishes including the amazing avocado toast above.
Sanne Van Rooij is the Dutch blogger in charge of this vegan-themed account as well as the creator of LivingTheGreenLife.com. If you love fruit then this is the one for you!
The creator of @thecrunchyradish, Miranda Hammer, is a new mom and registered dietitian living in New York City. I especially enjoy the posts about her super seedy homemade crackers chock full of hearty, healthful seeds. I plan to make them soon.
The Two Hands Cafe of New York City shares their delectable food creations, like the heavenly gluten-free banana bread with espresso Mascarpone pictured above.
I prefer making recipes that are quick and easy to prepare. How about you? Lucia Lee creates simple bowl recipes with a few ingredients. Her Asian-inspired dishes give me hope that I can repeat them without much difficulty – or ingredients I don’t already have on hand.
If you’re living the keto lifestyle you’re going to love this one! Melissa Sevigny is a blogger, mom, and wife who lives on a tropical island (lucky). So she posts lots of pictures of gorgeous ocean views and sunsets.
But don’t worry, there are plenty of tasty keto recipes and free meal plans to keep you in the kitchen for days. If that’s your thing. Enjoy!
Ok friends, this is one of my favorites. Blogger Amanda Meixner has an impressive account with loads of nutritional information presented in a fun and visual way. There are plenty of big, bright pictures.
And it has everything from healthy substitutes, portion size suggestions, meal ideas, simple recipes and weight loss hacks. Plus, the cohesive design ties everything together. Check it out!
Kevin Curry of FitMenCook.com has over 1 million followers on Instagram. His posts include a variety of dishes, from low-carb to vegan and everything in between.
With an emphasis on faith and fitness, Kevin’s account is infused with humor and an upbeat vibe.
Suzanne Ryan shares her inspiring weight loss story here along with plenty of mouth-watering meals. This mom and author of Simply Keto lost 120 pounds of eating low-carb and ketogenic foods. Amazing!
I found Arman Liew’s Instagram account after following his blog for some time. His talent for creating “clean sweets” that look like fluffy marshmallow pillows is pretty great. Plus, the recipes are scrumptious too.
Many, if not most, of his recipes, are sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free with several mug cakes, no-bake cookies and brownie recipes to sweeten the deal.
And what about those “Healthy No-Bake Peanut Butter Coconut Crack Bars” pictured above? They’re made with zero sugar and are low-carb, keto-friendly, dairy-free and vegan. Seriously.
Martina Slajerova is the creator of this ketogenic Insta account, as well as the popular KetoDietApp that I use on my Android phone. Also, you can find her blog at ketodietapp.com; Both are full of great information, recipes, meal plans and calculators.
Here’s another blogger I follow and am happy to find her on Instagram too. Lisa MarcAurele is a popular name in the low-carb foodie world. Above all, you’ll find a variety of tasty Paleo, keto, gluten-free, LCHF and sugar-free recipes here.
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Chloe McLeod, a Sports Dietitian, runs this account. She’s also the creator of The FODMAP Challenge which focuses on gut health. So be sure to follow the link above for some excellent nutrition advice and fun posts!
Laura Ford is a Dietitian and Nutritionist from Melbourne. She posts plenty of hearty dishes sure to warm the heart and soul.
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Summary: Healthy Food Instagram Accounts
In a word, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and have fun checking out the healthy Instagram accounts above! Though I limit the time I spend on social media, I enjoy browsing inspirational posts and yummy food pictures. And I’m guessing you may too.
In fact, they encourage my creativity and inspire me to stay on track with my health goals. I hope you find them useful also, friends! X, Lori
Do you have favorite social media accounts you follow for healthy inspiration?
Please share them below. I love hearing from you!
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