Best for: Nutritional advice
The Food medic is curated by Hazel Wallace. Studying medicine full time, the blog developed from Hazel’s medical background and interest in nutrition. With the blog, Hazel hopes to show people that eating healthy and clean can be enjoyable, uncomplicated and easy to incorporate into a busy lifestyle – like that of a medical student!
Follow on Instagram: thefoodmedic
2. Maeve Madden
Best for: Stylish healthy living
Hailing from the small city of Newry in Northern Ireland, Maeve explains that from a young age she has had a passion for fitness and beauty. This certainly comes across in her blog with healthy eating advice and coverage of her daily exercise routines. Maeve now lives in London so visit the style diary section of her blog to keep on top of the latest fashion trends from one of the fashion capitals of the world.
Follow on Instagram: maeve_madden
Best for: Creative cooking
Trinity College graduate Indy Power is passionate about food and through her blog she aims to highlight the benefits of eating real natural food. Check out Indy’s recipes which include gluten free, diary free and vegan options. There are also some old favourites to which Indy has applied her own creative healthy twist.
Follow on Instagram: thelittlegreenspoon
Best for: Meal prep know how
In Rozanna Purcell’s blog Natural Born Feeder you will get more than just food. There are book reviews, healthy living tips and of course some of her own wacky creations which inspire the fact that whole foods can taste far better than a pre-packaged meal.
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Best for: Vegan inspiration
Ella’s mantra is love your life, love your food and love yourself which certainly comes across in her blog. As well as healthy recipes, the lifestyle section of her blog contains great advice on health and wellbeing. The happiness section contains a weekly thought or story published every Monday – well worth catching every week. Ella has a popular social following and is also a published author.
Follow on Instagram: deliciouslyella
Best for: Healthy mindset
Wholeheartedly Healthy is brought to you by Laura Agar Wilson. Through the blog Laura adds an often forgotten ingredient into the mix of what we eat – a healthy mind-set. Through her blog Laura aims to bring this to the forefront and even offers one-to-one health coaching on the site.
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Best for: Guilt free sweet snacks
Former Miss World Rosana Davison is a qualified Nutritional Therapist who maintains that her skincare and hair care begin with her diet. The nutrition section of this blog includes breakfasts, snacks and mains, helping you to plan meals in advance. Rosanna shares some truly tempting sweet treats with her recent superfood ice-cream hitting the spot with the team here at Linwoods HQ. Rosanna has also recently published her first book titled ‘Eat Yourself Beautiful.’
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Best for: Videos and Ab workouts
Carly Rowena is a fitness blogger covering fashion, food, fitness and travel. Her YouTube channel has a large following, with daily videos covering gym exercises, healthy eating and tips for coping with stress and mental health when dieting. For the dog lovers among you, expect to see plenty of dog photos filling her Instagram and Twitter feeds with Carly’s French Bulldog often taking centre stage in snaps.
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Best for: Active escapes
Fitness on toast is brought to you by Swedish personal trainer and fitness blogger Faya, who is based in London. When visiting the blog expect healthy recipes, nutritional tips, fitness and fashion advice and gym workout ideas. Winner of best lifestyle blog in the UK blog awards 2015 and the 2014 Cosmopolitan Blog Awards, Faya even has her own book available for download through the site.
Follow on Instagram: fitnessontoast
Best for: Lean in 15
If you haven’t heard of The Body Coach, chances are you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past 12 months as his #LeanIn15 videos took Twitter by storm in 2015. The Body Coach (real name Joe Wicks) has a great range of recipes and workout videos, and has also recently launched his first book which we’re big fans of. With almost 1 million combined fans across his social channels, Joe is certainly doing something right. Check out his unique videos for some great ideas to getting leaner in 2016.
Follow on Instagram: thebodycoach
What’s your go-to health and wellbeing blog?