The 20 best healthy food twitter feeds to follow.

Healthy food twitter feeds are great-

to have around to easily find and use new recipes or diets. So its important to have a host of twitter feeds producing quality information to feed your knowledge of staying on track to a healthy life style. That being said here is a list of the 20 best health food twitter feeds that you need to be following.

20. Roots of Change

So important. CA Food Policy Council linked to 25 NGOs working Capitol halls are showing the way!

Roots of change is an advocate for changing California regulation on farming and building a  healthier California. You can follow them here.

19. Rebecca Pytell

Rebecca Pytell is a Healthy Gluten-Free Food Blogger, a Yogi and a fitness fanatic, Celiac+allergy-friendly foodie. You can visit and follow her page here.

18. Just Food

In honor of Just Food’s Board of Directors has offered 2 match all donations made until midnight! !

Just Food supports community-led efforts to make healthy, local food accessible in underserved NYC neighborhoods. You can visit and follow them here.

17. Food Hunter

It’s my favorite day:

Food Hunter is all about finding, making & eating healthy food all over the U.S. Also striving to share recipes & options on food & travel. you can visit and follow them here.

 16. Lindsay L, RD

Triple Crown for these Pulled Pork and Apple Tostadas… quick, easy, and tasty! ::

Lindsay L, RD is a registered dietitian. She shares healthy food for busy people on twitter and her blog. you can visit and follow her here.

15. Monique Volz

Come check out MY Favorite Recipes from 2016 + what I’m looking forward to!

Monique Volz is the found of the healthy food blog Ambitious Kitchen. Passions are nutrition, fitness, baking and travel. Sound like were trying to date her right? Well don’t bash her profile description she has some great stuff! You can visit and follow her here.

14. Erin Clarke

A tasty, quick for post-holiday clean eating! Maple Dijon Chicken and Vegetables

Erin Clark is “fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food taste incredible” and boy does she more than once have I NOT regretted using one of her recipes. You can check her out here.

13. NRDC Food

Join us in asking to offer certified responsible use chicken to schools around the country.

The NRDC food program works to build a healthy, ecologically integrated food system from ending antibiotics abuse all the way to curbing food waste. They do some really great things and you can check them out here.

12. Liz Della Croce

Chia Seed Pudding A naturally vegan breakfast or snack idea that requires only FIVE ingredients!

Liz Della Croce is a healthy food blogger a mom of two and a great example of a weight loss success story. She shares some great recipes such as the one above. To follow her you can check her out here.

11. Jenny McGruther

We love this chickpea and tahini cake with honey and olive oil!

Jenny McGruther of Nourished Kitchen focuses on traditional and real food that is very healthy. Using ingredients such as grass-fed beef, wild-caught fish, and raw milk. They have some really great healthy options to check out here.

10. Pickled Plum Food

Make this Honey for anyone that might be on the fence about trying bean curd.

Pickled Plum Food runs a blog for easy and healthy recipes and they have literally hundreds to choose from. Constantly get updated with new ways to eat healthy by visiting them here.

9. Dara (CookinCanuck)

Vegetarian Chickpea Pasta with Roasted Cauliflower…Awesome flavors! {New}

Dara (cookinCanuck) is a food blogger & recipe developer. She focuses on making easy, innovative & healthy Recipes and she definitely succeeds in that! To take a look at her twitter click here.

8. Snack Girl

Make these spiced pecans instead of going shopping!

Lisa Cain (aka Snack Girl) is a healthy food and recipe blogger and author of Snack Girl to the Rescue! she posts great healthy snack ideas frequently if you’re not following her yet you should be. Click here to visit her page.

7. Ellie Krieger

I love this time of the year. This Fennel w/ & Olives tastes as good as it looks

Ellie Krieger is an RD nutritionist and self-proclaimed “born food lover” who believes delicious & healthy can & should be used in the same sentence. She also hosts Ellie’s Real Good Food on Public TV. She really has some great tips and recipes that you need to know. To check out her twitter you can find her by click here.

6. Healthy Food Guide

10 low cereals for children, from nutritionist

Healthy Food Guide is and is a magazine for people that love food and want to be healthy. They have a lot of delicious and healthy alternatives to popular dishes if you want to take a look for yourself you can find them here.

5. Cuesa

Rain or shine, our farmers are here! Get a healthy start in 2017 with fresh root veggies, greens, and more at today’s market.

CUESA is cultivating a healthy food system through farmers markets and education. They are in the SF and Oakland areas and have some excellent produce and information and healthy living. They can be found here.

4. Naturally Savvy

9 Big Health and Wellness Trends for 2017

Naturally Savvy is full of experts on healthy living. They are the authors of Unjunk Your Junk Food & Label Lessons. They strive to find healthy product alternatives with clean ingredients. Give them a peek. Click here.

3. 101 Cookbooks

Bloody Mary Popcorn: Popcorn + the flavors I love in the cocktail: tomato, celery, oregano

Heidi Swanson from 101 goes for healthy, vegetarian recipes made from natural foods and seasonal produce. She comes up with some pretty interesting combinations just look at her tween above. To check out her twitter click here.

2. DeliciousMeetHealthy

Honey Sriracha Salmon.

DeliciousMeetHealthy is a recipe developer, food photographer (interesting… but the food DOES look bomb) and healthy living food blogger behind the site Delicious Meets Healthy. All about Gluten-free, refined sugar-free and paleo-friendly recipes. If you have seen her already you should. Click here to take a look.

1. Food Babe

I love this salad so much, I make it almost every week. It’s a little spicy, sweet and is surprisingly very…

Vani Hair (aka Food Babe) is a passionate healthy food activist, New York Times best-selling author, and named one of the most influential people on the internet by Time Magazine. WEW! That’s a mouthful, and if that’s isn’t reason enough to check her out she also has tons of excellent tweets about ways to stay healthy and fight those diet breaking cravings. If you want to check here out…. which OBVIOUSLY you should you can do so by clicking here.


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One thought on “The 20 best healthy food twitter feeds to follow.

  1. That’s a very extensive list. Thank you for putting it together for us!

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