Meet 6 Food Bloggers Who Are Changing the Way We Eat

Plus: Get the recipes for some of their favorite of-the-moment eats.
By Jamie Feldmar ,

Rainbow smoothie bowls, energy balls, spiralized everything: Many of the good-for-you foods we all eat (and Instagram) are the delicious results of wellness bloggers, who take a trend and turn it into a lifestyle (and a business). We asked these pros how to make some of their favorite of-the-moment eats. So put down that turmeric latte and get cooking!

Nom Nom Paleo

The Blog: NomNomPaleo.com

The Blogger: Michelle Tam

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Michelle’s accessible approach to the paleo diet (with cartoons!) has made her one of the biggest names in caveman eating. The author of two best-selling cookbooks, she has amassed more than 419,000 Instagram followers and sells various branded products, including a tiny Nom Nom Paleo action figure. "The whole idea behind paleo is that it’s an ancestral approach that prioritizes eating real, whole, nutrient-dense foods instead of hyperprocessed Frankenfoods," she says.

Try her recipe: Ginger-Scallion Chicken

Photography by Kate Mathis (food); Courtesy of Michelle Tam (inset)

Recipe: Nom Nom Paleo's Ginger-Scallion Chicken

Deliciously Ella

The Blog: DeliciouslyElla.com

The Blogger: Ella Mills

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This London-based entrepreneur started eating a plant-based diet (and blogging about it) to help manage a chronic illness. Today her full-fledged brand includes books, an all-day café in London, and a line of packaged energy balls sold in the U.K.

Try her recipe: Pistachio & Orange Truffle Bites

Photography by Kate Mathis (food); Courtesy of Sophia Spring (inset)

Recipe: Deliciously Ella's Pistachio & Orange Truffle Bites

101 Cookbooks

The Blog: 101 Cookbooks

The Blogger: Heidi Swanson

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This OG vegetarian blogger launched her site as a way to stop herself from buying cookbooks. Heidi’s theory: Once you have 100 cookbooks, it’s time to make something already. More than 700 online recipes later, she’s still going strong. A best-selling author, she's written three cookbooks herself (Only 98 more to go?!)

Try her recipe: Spicy Tahini Noodles with Asparagus

Photography by Kate Mathis (food); Courtesy of Heidi Swanson (inset)

Recipe: 101 Cookbooks' Spicy Tahini Noodles with Asparagus

Sweet Potato Soul

The Blog: SweetPotatoSoul.com

The Blogger: Jenné Claiborne

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Vegan chef, blogger, and YouTuber (with nearly 300,000 subscribers), Jenné can now add author to her impressive résumé. Her first cookbook was published in February. 

Try her recipe: Sweet Potato & Arugula Salad with Farro & Lentils

Photography by Kate Mathis (food); Courtesy of Jenné Claiborne (inset)

Recipe: Sweet Potato Soul's Sweet Potato & Arugula Salad with Farro & Lentils

Oh She Glows

The Blog: OhSheGlows.com

The Blogger: Angela Liddon

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Angela struggled with an eating disorder before embracing the plant-based diet that helps her and her million-plus fans glow from the inside out. She took her recipes to the small screen with her Oh She Glows app, which lets users do a customized recipe search by dish type, season, or keyword. 

Try her recipe: Tropical Glow Smoothie Bowl

Photography by Kate Mathis (food); Courtesy of Angela Liddon (inset)

Recipe: Try Angela's Tropical Glow Smoothie Bowl

Inspiralized

The Blog: Inspiralized.com

The Blogger: Ali Maffucci

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Ali’s mom made zoodles for her one evening in 2013, and the rest is spiralized history. Since then, Ali has noodled around with everything from radishes to rutabagas—and documented it to 188,000 Instagram followers. Her newest book, Inspiralized & Beyond, brings chopped, riced, and mashed veggies into the mix. 

Quinoa & Sausage with Broccoli Noodles

Photography by Kate Mathis (food); Courtesy of Ali Maffucci (inset)

Recipe: Try Ali’s Quinoa & Sausage with Broccoli Noodles

Photography by Kate Mathis

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