10 Philly Instagrammers Every Healthy Foodie Should Be Following

A never-ending feed of healthy-eating inspiration for you.

It’s time to put the hours you spend scrolling through Instagram to good use (don’t worry, we’re totally guilty, too). Instead of stalking your new coworker or ex-boyfriend until you’re in 88 weeks deep and accidentally “like” a photo (awkward), use your Instagram addiction as a way to add some new healthy recipes to your repertoire and discover some awesome Philly eats.

We rounded up 10 Philly-based Instagrammers who love healthy food just as much as we do. So next time you’re stumped on what to make or where to go, check out the accounts of these local healthy food bloggers, coaches, chefs, and dietitians for some drool-worthy healthy-eating inspiration.

A family style version of our roasted rutabaga salad with an English pea vinaigrette, charred onion and pistachio. #privatediningevent

A photo posted by vedge restaurant (@vedgephiladelphia) on

If you’re anything like us, you love Vedge. And the next best thing to their food? Their Instagram account. Seriously, I’m salivating just looking at all of their unique toast toppings (saffron poached cauliflower with a white bean picholine olive purée!) and their roasted rutabaga salad with an English pea vinaigrette. Pass some my way, please.

Emily Watson is the mind behind local healthy-eating blog Nourishing Matters, and her Instagram account is stocked with photos of colorful fruit salads, healthy quesadillas, sushi rolls, and more.

This Philly-based chef will make your stomach growl just by looking at her photos. Not even joking. Prepare your eyes for smoothies, quesadillas, cookies, salads, and vegan meals galore.

Calling all plant-based foodies! This Instagram account is the place for you. Find tons vibrant vegan meals like a zucchini-noodle salad with plum dressing, homemade sweet potato fries, buffalo baked cauliflower, and more. She also tosses in some inspirational quotes now and then that are sure to brighten up your day.

Grilled vegetable grinder which is #vegan unless you add the highly recommended sharp provolone at @AmericanSardine   A photo posted by Scott Schroeder (@foodsyoucaneat) on

I honestly didn’t know that veggies could look this good until I followed Scott Schroeder, chef at South Philadelphia Tap Room and American Sardine Bar. Whether it’s food he’s cooked at home, for one of his restaurants, or a regrammed culinary gem, his photos of healthy sandwiches, seafood, and veggie plates will have your mouth watering in no time.

Katie Cavuto is a Philly-based dietitian, personal chef, and writer and we just love her Instagram account, which is loaded with with fruit-and-veggie-packed meals, healthy dessert options, and to top it off, a little fitness inspiration, too. 

Jess Baumgardner is a certified holistic health coach and her Instagram account is a must-follow for clean-eating recipes and downright beautiful pictures of food. Think: green smoothies and fruit juices, easy-to-make quinoa and Caprese salads.

Lindsey Kane, is another Philly dietitian with a killer Instagram game. Her dishes are loaded with protein and greens and look absolutely delicious. If her photos don’t send you flying into the kitchen to get cooking, then I don’t know what will.

Perfection from our community garden. A photo posted by GraceDPhotos (@gracedi) on

Grace Dickinson is a local Philly photographer, yoga instructor, and food blogger dishing out some serious seasonal, veggie-centric healthy-eating inspiration. Check out her blog Food Fitness Fresh Air for easy, healthy recipes and more stunning photos.

Sarah Ginn, chef at Agno Grill and Pure Fare, naturally has an Instagram account loaded with gluten-free and dairy-free recipes, making it the perfect source of inspiration for foodies with dietary restrictions. You can find everything from grain-free almond plantain bread made with avocado, to mouthwatering kale salads, and dairy- and grain-free coconut brownie ice cream. Is that even possible? Yes, yes it is.

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