My Favorite Healthy Instagram Accounts to Follow


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Ella Woodward, founder of Deliciously Ella blog and author of bestselling cookbook is one of my favorite instagram accounts for healthy food inspiration. Ella posts simple, whole foods that anyone can make, but presents them in such a lovely, colorful way!



Cherlyn is a nutrition and dietetics student that has a knack for posting mouthwateringly delicious looking smoothie bowls, salads, and healthy snacks. I love this account for a reminder to enjoy the simplicity of whole foods.


whole healthy glow

I just discovered this account, but I couldn’t stop scrolling on her instagram feed! Dorit Jaffe is a holistic nutrition … Read More

Blueberry Smoothini

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It’s a smoothie in a martini glass! The way you present your food can have a big impact on how enjoyable and satisfying it is, turning something like a basic healthy snack into a luxurious treat. This “smoothini” is a simple way to feel like you’re indulging while still enjoying the healthy ingredients in this recipe, such as antioxidant-rich berries and heart-healthy fats from the cashew butter. This sweet and creamy smoothie is perfect for when you want a healthy and refreshing treat on a summer day.


1/2 cup frozen blueberries

1/2 cup raspberries (I used fresh, but frozen … Read More

Blender Basics: Simple Tips for Creating the Healthiest, Most Delicious Smoothies!

Smoothies are one of my go-to’s when I want a healthy pick me up or a way to squeeze in some extra fruits and vegetables. They are super simple to make, so if you’re not a smoothie expert yet, don’t be intimidated. Today, I’m going to share some smoothie basics to help out beginners or to improve your blends.

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1) The blender is important.

Having a powerful blender is key to getting that thick, creamy texture that I love in a smoothie. It also allows you to throw big chunks of fruits and veggies in there without having to waste … Read More

How to Live a Healthy Lifestyle with Balance

My typical healthy start to the day:

Wake up with the sunrise and meditate for twenty minutes.

Drink a freshly pressed green juice.

Do an hour of yoga.

With all of my natural, non-caffeinated energy, decide to go for a brisk run.

Ha! Yeah, right. Usually it goes something more like this:

Wake up to alarm. Snooze alarm. Repeat.

Stumble toward the coffee maker. Guzzle down a cup or two while hoping nobody talks to me. Try to wake up.

Decide if I feel like working out or not. Either work out, or watch episodes of my favorite show on … Read More