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Grundy’s List Of Healthy Food Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow

You simply can’t take social media out of the healthy food bandwagon, can you? Here’s a list of the top Instagram accounts that you might wish to check out, where it comes to getting the lowdown on all the best healthy food out there.

The top Instagram accounts to follow for healthy food

Dana Schultz (@minimalistbaker)

This cool Instagram account features healthy recipes that are all made within one bowl, with 10 ingredients or less. Another cool thing here is that each recipe takes 30 minutes or less to prepare. Add to that the fact that most of her recipes are gluten free and vegan and come with simple instructions, to boot. What you learn from Dana is this: that just because a recipe is simple, it doesn’t mean it cannot be beautiful.

Jess (@choosingchia)

This one is one more Instagram account that helps you eat simply yet beautifully. Encouraging you to go to farmer’s markets in order to get the freshest produce, it also tells you to eat the rainbow and helps you experiment with all sorts of fun combinations.

Rachel Mansfield (@rachlmansfield)

If you are looking for delicious recipes that have been especially curated keeping in mind that people should eat things that not only taste delicious but help them look good too, this one’s for you. Created by a food blogger from NYC, this one features recipes that require minimal ingredients and are mostly sugar, dairy and gluten free.

Yumna Jawad (@feelgoodfoodie)

This Instagram was created by a woman as a hobby, but her fan base grew to such an extent she’s now got followers in excess of 2 million. She has a Feel-Good Foodie Blog, which is where she posts recipes that are wholesome, no matter whether they are catered to kids or even for dinner parties.

Luise Green (@luisegreenkitchenstories)

This one has been founded by a Danish woman, Luise Vindahl, who runs the blog Green Kitchen Stories. The interesting thing here is the fact that she makes really cool recipes with ingredients that are niche. On her Instagram feed you will find some of the more photogenic recipes she has curated, like a smoothie bowl made with cultured buttermilk, tahini and black quinoa.

Gena Hemshaw (@thefullhelping)

If you are vegan, you don’t want to give this Instagram a miss. Curated by the vegan blogger Gena Hemshaw, you will find that this Instagram is a riot of colors. Here you will be able to make things like decked out baked potatoes. Certainly, sounds great, right?

Michelle Tam (@nomnompaleo)

This one is an Instagram account to follow, irrespective of whether you have any interest in the Paleo diet or not. It is run by not really yummy things like chicken nuggets and roast salmon, the healthy way!

Andrea Bemis (@andreabemis)

In case you have ever wondered what it’s like to live on a farm, you don’t want to give this a miss in order to catch all her adventures on the farm and the seasonal recipes she concocts.

Christine Byrne (@xtinebyrne)

You really want to check this Instagram, where you will find all of the peanut butter, oatmeal and egg photos that you will wish to see out there. It is run by Christine Byrne who is constantly serving some great cooking as well as workout content, in her stories.

Abby Langer (@langernutrition)

Another Instagram that is not to be missed, where it comes to getting some really great tips on eating healthy. Run by a registered dietician, Abby Langer, this Instagram is really proof of the fact that she lives by the mantra ‘Eat the rainbow’. Follow her Instagram and you will find some really cool pictures of soups, salads and sandwiches that are not only big on taste, but extremely healthy too.

Jenne Claiborne (@sweetpotatosoul)

Yet another great Instagram account for all you vegans out there. This one serves to showcase hearty and delicious vegan fare like the meatless jambalaya and egg-free egg sandwiches that are really big on taste.

Ashley Alexander (@gatherandfeast)

As the name suggests, you’re going to want to feast on the delicious pancake stacks and smoothie bowls you will find here. The recipes might seem to be really fancy but are in reality very simple and big on flavor.

You might also wish to check out our article on the growth in the healthy food industry by Grundy.

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