We all know that the key to a healthy body and lifestyle is a balanced diet. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s difficult to stay motivated, especially with daily temptations. That’s why we’ve pulled together our favourite health and fitness Instagram accounts bringing the best fitness tips, healthy recipes and some of the most amazing food photos around.
Get ready for some Instagram feeds that are so pretty, you’ll barely even notice they’re healthy.
1. Joe Wicks
Joe Wicks is an online nutrition coach and creator of the 90 Day SSS Plan. His Instagram account is full of 15 minute meals that look amazing and actually do take 15 minutes, plus work out tips and transformation photos for that added inspiration. If they can do it, you can too!
2. Deliciously Ella
Head here for healthy recipes, and general positive vibes. Ella started her healthy eating approach as a way of taking control of a relatively rare illness, giving her body the love and care it needed. A refreshing approach, especially from a self-confessed former sugar addict who has successfully balanced her diet.
3. Live Green Healthy
A collection of the best recipes from the around the web for guaranteed meal time inspiration. Expect LOTS of avocado. This account scours the internet for the best recipes, so that you don’t have to!
4. Madeleine Shaw
This health coach, yoga teacher and best-selling author believes that food should be simple yet delicious and should help you to become happy and healthy. Madeleine’s straightforward approach to food and cooking has meant that even recipe-averse types, are able to follow her instructions and create dishes like Thai Coconut Prawn Soup with Courgetti’ and ‘ Raw Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie Cake’
5. Nutrition Stripped
Perfectly styled Instagram photos and the ethos: Live Whole. Eat well. Feel amazing. If you’re newbie to healthy eating, head to the blog there are tips to get you started, like buying local produce, aiming to fill your plate with 75% veg and the importance of balance.
When it comes to your diet, a balanced approach is the only way to stay healthy, and that it includes salt consumption. Salt is an essential mineral and every one of our cells requires it to survive. We recommend a common sense approach to salt consumption, based on your own diet, fitness and weight. If you’d like to find out more about salt and your health, head here.
If we’ve missed your favourite off our list, tweet us at @SaltSense