Healthy Food Blogs: Here Are The Ones You Should Be Following

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  • We've rounded up the best healthy food blogs to follow whether you're vegan, vegetarian or just looking for some recipe inspiration...

    We’ve picked out some of the top healthy food blogs who show that healthy eating doesn’t have to mean dull repetitive dishes. Whether you’re vegan, into clean eating or simply want to make a few small changes to your diet, these bloggers have tried and tested healthy recipes you can make at home.

    Naturally Sassy
    A professionally trained ballet dancer with a passion for healthy eating, Saskia Gregson-Williams shares tasty vegan recipes that are gluten, sugar and wheat free. Naturally Sassy uses simple ingredients to create everything from desserts to superfood salads and has a Naturally Sassy cookbook full of amazing ideas coming out later this year.

    Sprouted Kitchen
    Husband and wife duo Sarah and Hugh work together to produce Sprouted Kitchen, where Sarah creates the recipes and Hugh is in charge of photography. Sarah has worked on two farms so seasonal produce is at the heart of her cooking. Together they recently released their second book Bowl + Spoon, focusing on meals served in a single bowl. Expect wholesome recipes with lots of veg, such as winter greens & crispy quinoa salad, and vegetable eggs benedict.

    Clean Eating Alice
    Alice Liveing began her clean eating diet after many years of suffering from bad skin and fatigue. Clean Eating Alice is an advocate for eating healthy without limiting your choices and shows that eating clean doesn’t need to be dull. Try one of her ever-creative breakfast recipes, like the basil paste, red onion, crispy sweet potato, smoked salmon and avocado omelette.

    The Picky Eater
    Anjali’s blog The Picky Eater came about from a lifetime of healthy eating combined with her husband’s love of fast food. She was raised to be ‘picky’ about the foods she put into her body while her husband ate whatever he liked, so she set about finding healthy alternatives to all of his favourite foods. Anjali is a board certified health coach and her blog is full of great tips and recipes on making healthier swaps of your favourite foods.

    Core Kitchen
    Fitness lover Hannah tailors her delicious recipes to different fitness needs with Core Kitchen, depending on whether you’re looking to build muscle or cut body fat. Check out her red thai curry with meatballs, where you can swap out various ingredients and enjoy whether you’re cutting or bulking, or her smokey chipotle chicken, seen below.

    Feeling inspired? Check out Clean Eating Alice’s top tips on fitness and clean eating here.

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