One of the great things about the internet is that there is no shortage of healthy and clean eating advice and recipes to be found. However, one of the bad things about the internet is that there is no shortage of this information! It can be downright overwhelming. Where are you supposed to begin???
We’ve made it easier for you by scouring the web for some of the best healthy eating food blogs. At these blogs, you will find all sorts of recipes (including vegan, raw, and gluten-free recipes), time-saving tips, nutritional facts, and practical advice for transforming your life through clean and healthy eating. Enjoy!
The Healthy Apple
Amie Valpone has made it her mission to change the way people eat. She started The Healthy Apple after suffering from digestive issues for years, and healing herself with healthy eating and lifestyle changes. At her blog, you can find all sorts of recipes (including special diet recipes like vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free), detox advice, beauty tips, and information about autoimmune disease and allergies.
Best for: Detox and people with digestion issues and allergies.
Fat Free Vegan
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Contrary to what the name may imply, Fat Free Vegan isn’t a bunch of fat-free recipes. Rather, it is a collection of recipes which are naturally low in fat or include healthy fats. Creator Susan Voison has a knack for taking everyday ingredients and creating inspired yet easy-to-make dishes.
Best for: Vegans
In Pursuit of More
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At In Pursuit of More, you will find a huge selection of healthy vegetarian recipes which are actually exciting to eat. With recipes like spring nettle pesto and coconut kale chickpea curry, you can’t say that vegetables are boring!
Best for: People who love flavor.
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At her blog, Sara Forte promises you will “find recipes that use seasonal ingredients, with an intention to not over-complicate natural foods.” She is true to her word with recipes like butternut salad with cider dressing and lentil “meatballs” in lemon pesto.
Best for: People who want to eat more vegetables.
The Stone Soup
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Jules Clancy has her degree in Food Science and loves her veggies. At her blog, she is all about helping people make healthy meals as quickly and easily as possible. Most of the recipes at The Stone Soup have 5 ingredients and can be made in minutes.
Best for: People with busy schedules and little time to prep meals.
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Along with lots of healthy baked goods, Dana at Minimalist Baker shares vegetable-based recipes like butternut pecan sweet potato casserole and chickpea Bolognese. All recipes either require 10 ingredients or less, 1 bowl or 1 pot, or 30 minutes or less to prepare. Most recipes are vegan, and many are gluten free.
Best for: People who love simple, quick food recipes.
Oh She Glows
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Angela Lidden is one of the best-known vegan recipe bloggers and has authored a hugely successful cookbook. At her blog, you will find a huge collection of recipes which are packed with superfoods and flavor, as well as many helpful tips for clean eating. She recently became a mother so you can also find lots of tips for clean eating during pregnancy and nursing, and healthy baby food.
Best for: Vegans who like to try new, exciting things, vegan moms.
Ella of Deliciously Ella covers a full range of topics at her blog, including natural beauty tips, fitness advice, and personal happiness. As for recipes, you will love the fact that you can browse through them by ingredient.
Best for: People seeking inspiration and motivation along with their recipes.
My Whole Food Life
Melissa is a vegan mother of two girls who loves to cook and bake. Her website is filled with family-friendly recipes that are downright creative without being too “weird.” Because she loves sweets, you will especially find a lot of healthy cookies and desserts. There are also a lot of useful how-to posts for beginner vegans.
Best for: Vegans with a sweet tooth or who love to bake.
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Monique’s goal with Ambitious Kitchen is to inspire you, whether in the kitchen or in life. She has a passion for fitness and also shares some workouts on the blog. As someone who loves to travel, you will find some internationally-inspired recipes on the blog, and creative flavor combinations. Many recipes are vegetarian, vegan, or paleo.
Best for: Creative cooks