Stay Inspired by Following These Healthy Instagram Feeds

Getting healthy. We all know the struggle of trying to stay healthy throughout the year, and how easy it is to slack off with our eating. If you need some daily inspiration to keep your health-kick and fitness on track, these are the accounts you should be following.

Luckily we don’t have to choose between delicious feasts and treating our body right. A whole new era of #healthyfood means we can oggle our fantasy meals, and feel good about eating them. So turn down the cake slice and start feasting your eyes on 10 of our favorite healthy-living Instagram accounts.

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It’s good vibes all around whenever you’re scrolling through 26-year-old Natasha Kadimi’s OrganicandHappy account – which promotes positive eating AND positive thinking. Whether it’s cold squeezed carrot juice or mini pomegranate cupcakes, O&H photos and captions will remind you everyday is a day to wake up feeling #grateful.

2. @thebodycoach

If you want to kick off 2018 with a bang, then “The Body Coach,” Joe Wick is your man. With over 1.7m followers, the trainer/author combines his low carb weight loss treats with high-intensity workouts to shed the holiday pounds in record time. Plus his account features inspirational follower transformations, so you can remind yourself there’s an achievable goal you’re working towards.

Get your 90 Day Plan at (link in bio) 🔥 “”What an amazing journey this has been! 90 days seems like such a long time when you start but it doesn’t take long to get in the groove and start prepping like a boss💪 this plan has really changed my life and I am so much happier and healthier, I’m in the shape of my life and I can honestly say there is no turning back. I’ve also never eaten so much in my life! which is crazy as i have also never lost so much weight and retained so much muscle before. The plan is easy to follow, the food is amazing and the workouts are fun. The online community is so helpful via Facebook, it feels like you’re part of a little fitness family who are constantly cheering you on through the good and the bad times. Now I’ve done this plan I’ve realised that living and eating healthy doesn’t need to be a chore! It can be fun and tasty!!! Thank you Joe, you’re an inspiration.”” 😊😊🔥🔥💪🏼💪🏼🙌🏻🙌🏻 Wow! Abs alert 🔥 Happy graduation Adam @parker632 💪🏼 What a transformation 🔥 You’ve absolutely smashed it 😊 You are looking uber lean 🙌🏻 Keep on winning mate, you should be super proud of yourself 😊 #90dayplan #fitspo #fitspiration #fitness #food #workout #thebodycoach

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3. @anniskk

This food blogger based out of Helsinki has no problem of making her food look irresistible. Her bright and fruity breakfast bowls are picture perfect as well as healthy. She specializes in making plant-based vegetarian and clean food. Follow her account for more food inspiration and works of art.

4. @getfitwithgiddy

If you are looking for intense fitness inspiration everyday this is the account for you. This Men’s Health Magazine Top Trainer will give you all of the motivation to get through a workout. Gideon posts training tutorial videos as well as what event he will be at next. His positive energy and teamwork will encourage you to get outside and join in.

5. @whole30

No sugar, no alcohol, no dairy, no grains. If you want to join the millions who’ve lost weight, cleared their skin, or eliminated digestive problems through the Whole30 program, then following the Instagram account is a great way to get started, and stay engaged with the community. Because while the results speak for themselves, enduring the 30 days sometimes requires some camaraderie.

6. @thefoodbabe

A bit of an internet foodie celebrity, New York Times bestselling author, Vani Hari (AKA The Food Babe) is as influential as she is creative. A great account for bakers and for anyone looking to surprise picky eaters with treats they would never guess are so healthy.

Prep five of these this weekend and you'll have a healthy breakfast-to-go ready for the entire week ahead. . ​ Apple Pie Chia Pudding Serves: 4 Ingredients: ½ cup chia seeds 3 cups coconut milk 1 teaspoon apple pie spice, more as desired (see below for recipe) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 apple, shredded 2-3 tablespoons maple syrup (optional for additional sweetness) ½ cup coconut flakes ½ cup chopped walnuts (nut allergy: omit) Apple Pie Spice: 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg ½ teaspoon ground allspice ½ teaspoon ground ginger Instructions: To make the apple pie spice, mix together all of the ingredients in a bowl. To make the chia seed pudding, mix together all of the ingredients except the coconut flakes and walnuts. Place in the refrigerator overnight. To serve, place some of the chia seed pudding in a bowl. Sprinkle with some of the coconut flakes and walnuts. Enjoy!

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7. @loveandlemons

Author of her own cookbook and veggie-filled blog, Jeanine mixes up the most colorful and healthy dishes. She offers a wide range of recipes from different ways to top gluten-free toast, to rice bowls with a kick. If you ever need cooking inspiration, this is the page you should be looking at.

8. @massy.arias

Mom, health coach and fitness guru are just a few ways to describe Massy Arias. Taking on the health and fitness world, she has been successful in building her 30 day workout plan and launching her own gluten-free and soy-free supplement brand. She posts about how she is inspired to stay fit and take care of herself everyday because of her daughter.

[Read below Tribe] Monday is a day of beginnings and fresh starts. It’s one of those days where the week is right in front of you and possibilities are endless. Monday is a hard day only if you perceive it negatively. So let’s set the tone for this week. Let’s begin the week with momentum so you can look back with great satisfaction on everything you’ve achieved. With courage, enthusiasm, and positivity. 1: Focus on everything positive in your life. Don’t allow any negativity to cloud your judgement. If it doesn’t serve you, let it go. 2: Focus on seizing the day. The more sustainable you make your goals, the easier they will be to accomplish and not feel overwhelmed by them. Break those goals into steps. 3: Celebrate your small accomplishments. Life isn’t a race, but a marathon. Be aware that every brick you lay, is important to complete the wall you’re trying to build. 4: Be consistent. No matter how small your goals are for the week, stay consistent. This is the key to winning. Let’s go tribe! Let’s crush it! #ma30day #childofGod #mondaymotivation ____________________________________________________ El lunes es un día de nuevos comienzos. Es el día en el cual la semana está justo frente a ti y las posibilidades son infinitas. Este es un día difícil solo si lo percibes negativamente. Así que vamos a establecer el tono para esta semana. Comencemos la semana con ímpetu para que puedas mirar atrás con gran satisfacción en todo lo que has logrado. Con valor, entusiasmo y positividad. 1: concéntrate en todo lo positivo en tu vida. No permitas que ninguna negatividad nuble tu juicio. Si no te sirve, déjalo ir. 2: concéntrate en “ganar” el día . Cuanto más sostenible sea tu objetivo, más fácil será lograrlo y no sentirte abrumado por él. Alcanza esos objetivos paso a paso. 3: Celebra tus pequeños logros. La vida no es una carrera, sino un maratón. Ten en cuenta que cada ladrillo que pongas, es importante para completar el muro que estás tratando de construir. 4: Sé consistente. No importa cuán pequeños sean tus objetivos para la semana, mantente constante. Esta es la clave para ganar. ¡Vamos tribu!

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9. @cleaneatsbytay

Tayler is an amazing chef and motivator. Her feed offers realistic health goals and recipes that include plenty of avocado. She posts frequently about her healthy journey and struggles she has encounters along the way. If you are searching for some well balanced advice, she the blogger for you.

10. @themediterraneandish

Using fresh Mediterranean ingredients, Suzy puts a spicy twist on real food. She serves up plenty of hummus, cucumbers, tomatoes and pita bread. Most of her recipes are simple and easy to follow for her followers. This account proves that healthy food doesn’t need to be bland, and that you can enjoy cooking and eating healthy.

This is how we #hummus, y’all 🙌 Mediterranean Farmer’s Market Hummus 😋This big bowl is wiped out EVERY TIME! • • Want the recipe? Search the blog for “Mediterranean Farmer’s Market Hummus.” Blog link in profile 👆 • • Follow @themediterraneandish and #mediterraneandish and #themediterraneandish • • • #mediterraneanfood #mediterraneandiet #hummusdip #dip #middleeasternfood #foodblogeats #tastingtable #heresmyfood #foodbeast #goodmoodfood #eatingwell #greekfood #iamwellandgood #foodaffair #feedfeed @thefeedfeed #f52food #thrivemags #lebanesefood #thenewhealthy #summerfood #garbanzo #chickpeas #veganfoodshare #glutenfreefood #glutenfreevegan #fourthofjuly #inseasonnow

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When you take charge and motivate yourself to be healthy, it can turn a chore into a lifestyle, and being healthy will suddenly become easier. Follow your favorite fitness blogger or health nutritionist to stay on track with your health plan.

Know what other deliciousness we’re eying on Instagram? Check out our hint Instagram account for pics from our travels and events, and behind the scenes at @hint HQ.

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Nik is a self-proclaimed SoulCycle addict who has made most of his friends through using Twitter. On a typical day, you might find Nik advocating in favor of putting pineapple on pizzas, where they belong.

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  1. Tejaswini D
    Tejaswini D says:

    I love trying different kinds of food which are healthy and tasty and at the same time doesn’t make you fat and lazy. Definitely gonna follow this all Instagram accounts. Thank you so much.

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