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Clean Eating: 7 Healthy Food Blogs to Follow

With the end of summer comes the desire to establish a routine and set up some healthy habits. If you are anything like me and have spent the summer overindulging on treats, you may be in need of some serious motivation. When I feel like my healthy eating habits have slipped (or fallen off the tracks completely) I always head straight to these healthy food blogs to get me inspired and back on track. Although some of the blogs listed could fit into specific categories (vegan, vegetarian etc) they all share similar philosophies. The bloggers have a love for real whole foods and recipes that are not overly complicated. They want to make food taste good using simple methods and natural ingredients. Below are a few of my favourites.



Green Kitchen Stories

David and Luise met while studying in Rome and eventually moved to Stockholm to settle down and start a family. One look at either of their Instagram accounts will make you want to immediately adapt their healthy lifestyle. They offer a variety of vegetarian recipes and inspire you to eat better daily.

Oh She Glows

After battling an unhealthy eating relationship, founder Angela Liddon (who truly does glow) completely turned that around by embracing a vegan lifestyle. She offers creative and delicious vegan alternatives to traditional dishes. Her recipes can be found on her blog, in her cookbook (with another book soon to be released in September) or on her app.

Minimalist Baker

Of all the blogs mentioned on this list, I probably follow this one the most. True to its name, Minimalist Baker keeps things simple by sticking to ten ingredients or less with very little prep time. Despite the limited ingredients I am always in awe of how much flavour each dish produces.

 

Sprouted Kitchen

Husband and wife team, Sara and Hugh, have created a winning combination with their blog. Sara takes whole food eating to another level with her tasty dishes and Hugh documents the process with photographs that look like they should be in a food magazine. More recipes can be found in their books Sprouted Kitchen: A Tastier Take on Whole Foods and Bowl + Spoon.

 

Hemsley & Hemsley

I first discovered these sisters years ago while living in London and have been following them ever since. With a mutual passion for health and wellness, Jasmine and Melissa offer tasty and nutrient dense meals. They focus on providing easy to digest meals that make you feel healthy and strong. In addition to their blog, they have written The Art of Living Well, Good & Simple and have recently opened their first Hemsley & Hemsley Cafe in Selfridges.

 

Deliciously Ella

After struggling with postural tachycardia syndrome, a rare disease that prompted her to remove all processed foods from her diet, Ella Woodward started Deliciously Ella. With a focus on plant-based dishes, her recipes can be found on her blog or in her cookbooks Deliciously Ella and Deliciously Ella Every Day. Ella recently opened the Mae Deli located in London.

 

Matt Bites

I have to admit I usually visit this blog more for the beautiful travel posts and photos than the food. Having worked in the food industry for years as a photographer and cook, Matt provides a behind the scenes look into the industry by documenting the food he eats, places he goes and people he meets.

 
If you have any of your own favourites, let me know in the comments below. I'd love to hear them!

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