With dozens of diets and trending superfoods entering our radar at any given time, knowing exactly how to incorporate these dietary tweaks into our lifestyle can sometimes be tricky.
And when a celebrity advocates for their niche—and often, restrictive—eating plan, we're incessantly researching how we can recreate their go-to diets onto our own plates.
Thankfully, there is a growing group of Instagram accounts
who have dedicated their entire social media existence to wholesome (visually appealing) foods—navigating you through the minefield of buzzwords and near-impossible eating plans.
Here, we round up the best healthy food bloggers you need to be following on Instagram.
Kath and Jade create wholesome vegan recipes using raw foods and veggies.
Brown Paper Nutrition
Jacqueline Alwill is a nutritional medicine practitioner who uses whole foods to create beautiful and healthy meals.
Coconut and Bliss
Sydney-sider Sophie Fisher shares posts about all the sugar free, gluten free and dairy free treats in her healthy diet.
Phoebe is well known for her colourful breakfasts and desserts turning home-made classics into healthier creations.
I Quit Sugar
With over 401k followers on Instagram and a best selling book out, Sarah Wilson knows a thing or two about healthy eating.
Melanie Lionello's instagram bio reads 'real food recipes with a healthy dose of indulgence', and her feed is full of clean treats you can enjoy guilt-free.
Nicole creates simple vegetarian dishes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Taline Gabriel's Insta-worthy shots, along with her incredible styling talents, will leave you craving a superfood smoothie and a handful of berries.
Gather and Feast
Ashley Alexander uses simple foods to create beautiful and stylish meals.
The Fit Foodie Blog
Sally O'Neil produces a colourful array of sweet and savoury treats, using fruits and veggies in a myriad of creative ways.
Elsa's Wholesome Life
Ellie Bullen is an Australian based dietitian and nutritionist who specialises in wholesome, plant-based vegan recipes.
Personal trainer, author and entrepreneur Kayla Itsines creates colourful and healthy spreads of fresh fruits and veggies, perfect for some post workout snack inspiration.