Top 10 Favourite Health Food Bloggers!

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At The Daily Guru, we absolutely love being inspired by delicious (and healthy!) food, simple recipes we can re-create ourselves and stunning food photography.

We’ve created this list of 10 incredible food bloggers for you to feast your eyes upon. Let us know in the comments which one is your favourite?!

OUR TOP TEN FAVOURITE HEALTH FOOD BLOGGERS OF THE MONTH!

Jasmine and Melissa Hemsely

Ready to dive into the art of eating well?

Hemsely and Hemsely is the hub of healthy and nutrient-dense food, which is easy to digest and delicious to eat. Melissa and Jasmine are passionate about real food and creating recipes which are easy and affordable for everyone.

We LOVE the look of their Muffin Frittatas and Carrot, Parmesan and Chilli Fries!

Ellie Bulleen

Ellie is an Australian dietitian and nutritionist who creates wholesome recipes and inspires people around the world to eat more plants.

Her cookbook “Elsa’s Wholesome Life” was published in 2017 and contains more than 100 vegan recipes. On Ellie’s beautiful blog, you’ll discover recipes, nutrition tips, lifestyle advice and travel inspiration!

We couldn’t go past her stunning Rainbow Budda Bowls, complete with super stunning imagery and instructions for creating your own style of Buddha bowl!

Carla Oates

Over on Carla’s website, you’ll discover delicious recipes from coconut crepes with rose yoghurt and strawberries to mushroom and buckwheat risotto.

Carla seeks to raise awareness of the link between beauty and gut health and she’s been creating products since 2009 which help people glow from the inside out.

She continues to work with a team of microbiologists, nutritionists and naturopaths to develop innovative new products. If you’d like to learn more about health and beauty, be sure to check out her entire website!

Eva Kosmas Flores

Eva is a photographer and food blogger based in Oregon. It’s not hard to see why we included Eva in our list of amazing food bloggers – her website is filled to the brim with stunning recipes, beautiful images of her home and exciting adventures.

Her gorgeous cookbook, First We Eat, was released in March 2018, which features seasonal cooking, simple recipes and stylish presentations.

You might enjoy Eva’s recipe for Vegan Rhubarb Almond Tart, just sayin’ (plus, you’ll discover how to braid rhubarb! How cool is that?).

Ella Woodward

Ella is passionate about celebrating plant-based ingredients and providing people with interesting ways to eat more fruit and vegetables in their daily lives.

She started to dive into learning more about how to improve her diet after being diagnosed with Postural Tachycardia Syndrome in 2011.

Since then she’s launched an app, written multiple cookbooks (which all debuted at number 1!), started a deli, launched a range of energy balls and gained more than a million Instagram followers. Head over to her website for healthy meals and sweet treats!

Did we mention you can make Vegan Smoky Bacon? It’s true!

Sally O’Neill

Looking for high-protein meals packed with wholesome nutrients, healthy desserts and tasty drinks? Keen to make yourself a Healthy Pitta Pizza (in 10 minutes!)?

Head straight over to The Fit Foodie and enjoy!

Sally started blogging after moving to Bondi from the UK (subsequently overcoming orthorexia) and has since authored a cookbook called Love Move Eat, become a yoga teacher, launched a healthy snack business and become an ambassador for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.

On her inspiring website, you’ll discover exciting ways to eat well, but also to move well and eat well.

Niki Webster

Niki’s recipes unashamedly revolve around “pleasure, vibrancy and flavour”. With a statement like that, how could we not include her in our exciting list of food bloggers? The foods you’ll discover on Rebel Recipes are vegan, mostly gluten-free and refined sugar-free, yet packed with flavour and fun.

Head over and discover simple breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert ideas (all complete with totally gorgeous photography, of course!).

You might like to start with the Blood Orange and Choc Chip Pancakes

Tieghan Gerard

Can we just say Blackberry Lavender Naked Cake with White Chocolate Buttercream? Ok, it may not be the healthiest recipe ever, but when we’re going to treat ourselves, this is how we want to do it.

Over on Half Baked Harvest, tried to eat seasonally and cook with many whole foods. Her blog is overflowing with delicious recipes and beautiful food photography (plus, Tieghan is a master at telling interesting stories about her food!).

And if you want to stick to her healthy-ish recipes, you can check them all out here.

Sneh Roy

Cook Republic is “a feel-good recipe journal” created by Sydney-based Sneh Roy. Her recipe journal contains over 550 healthy and nutrient-rich recipes, including slow cooked apple tart overnight oats, French lentil garlic patties and pistachio matcha snack balls.

What we love about her recipes are the personal stories she shares alongside them! You could easily browse through her blog with a cup of tea in hand (and a notepad and pen for note-taking!).

Meg Thompson

Meg’s website, My Wholefood Romance, is a celebration of wholefood cooking and creative, delicious and simple recipes which aim to improve gut health. Keen to show up at your next food event with a Pretty Potato Salad with Edible Flowers? We know we are!

Meg is a qualified naturopath and nutritionist and holds a Master of Public Health. With a passion for helping people improve their health, this is a blog you’ll come back to time and time again for inspiration and information.

WHO ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVOURITE HEALTH FOOD BLOGGERS?  SHARE  WITH US IN THE COMMENTS BELOW & WHO KNOWS, WE MAY END UP FEATURING THEM NEXT MONTH!!

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