6 Vegan Bloggers You Should Follow on Instagram

February 23, 2019

Vegan culture is really starting to widespread around the world and vegan bloggers can be true role models. More and more people all over the world use Instagram for different purposes. Somebody just checks stories and posts of his/her friends, somebody uses it for business purposes. But you can convert your Instagram feed into real vegan heaven! Let your feed inspires you for new achievements and helps you stay healthy.

Here are 6 Vegan Bloggers You Should Follow on Instagram

@amandavsevilla

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TREAT YOSELF — Ok this might not look like the cookies or brownies or cupcakes that you'd envision "treating" yourself to, but eating foods that nourish your body IS treating yourself — Are eating treats, then, NOT treating yourself? No, they still are. Although they do little for the body, they are necessary for a little sanity and oral gratification. It's all about mindset. Everything you eat can be considered a treat, even the healthy salad you meal prep for your lunch breaks at work. It's how you see it — When I eat huge salads like this I feel like I'm spoiling my body with an incredible mix of vitamins, minerals, fats for my organs and skin, carbs for energy, and protein for cells and tissue structure. Not to mention hydration through high water content and fiber for a healthy gut. Oh wait– and it tastes good too!? Even better. You might be rolling your eyes right now but at least you know what I freak out about when I think about nutrition. Just let a nutrition nut do her thing ok? Haha — In the bowl: greens on the bottom, air fried -teriyaki tofu, steamed veggies, seaweed salad, avocado, +vegan furikake 😋 #sushibowl #vegan #bestofvegan #veganrecipes #treatyoself #nourish #nourishbowl #nutritiontips

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Amanda is an amazing vegan blogger. Moreover, she also has a Youtube channel, where she shares her knowledge about plant-based livings. She recently graduated a college, so a lot of her posts are about how to stay healthy even if you’re on a budget.

In her videos, she tells a lot about new recipes, shares her experience, life stories, and lifehacks. Additionally, Amanda is a yoga-certified teacher, so she posts yoga stuff on her Instagram as well.

@tessbegg

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LETʼS GET JUICY🌈🥕🥒🍋🍉 Who else loves cold pressed juices? Juicing does get a bad rep, most commonly seen as a weight-loss fad but itʼs so much more than that when used as a health tool instead of weight-loss tool. I think juicing is perfect to incorporate into your daily lifestyle along with a balanced plant-based diet that has insoluble fibre coming from other foods. Juicing is a great way to consume an abundance of nutrient rich plants that you otherwise couldnʼt eat in 1 meal & to get in veggies that you dislike eating whole, for me thatʼs celery😝 The main benefit of juicing is that it allows your body to absorb the nutrients rapidly as your body doesnʼt need to digest the fibre. – So whatʼs the difference between blending & juicing? Juicing is the process where the liquid is extracted from the fruit or vegetable & youʼre left with a concentrated liquid that contains vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients etc. Whereas with blending youʼre putting the whole fruit or vegetable in the blender & what you put in you get out which is why smoothies are more dense & filling. Also thereʼs only so much produce you can fit into a blender. I think juices & smoothies both have a place in ones diet as do most importantly whole-foods! – What about the sugar? Juicing aside, people often worry that fruit contains too much sugar & itʼs “unhealthy” BUT the sugar in whole-foods is packaged perfectly with nutrients & fibre which regulates & slows the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. Processed & refined table sugar on the other hand is empty calories, contains no fibre & is not nutrient dense so donʼt confuse the two🙈 Juice does remove the insoluble fibre however soluble fibre remains! But yes juicing just fruits isnʼt ideal in excess & itʼs best to eat fruit with the insoluble fibre intact to avoid a sugar spike & if you have insulin issues. Remember that vegetables should be the star ingredients in your juices⭐️ – Here’s my go-to combo at the moment🌱 Celery, cos lettuce, spinach, beetroot, cucumber, carrot, lemon, ginger & parsley! What’s your favourite? I use the @mod_cold_press juicer

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Based in Australia, Tess runs a very successful Instagram profile and Youtube channel. She is probably one of the most-known a vegan blogger in the world. In her Instagram, she shares lots of vegan food, special recipes she developed herself and tons of other useful information.

Tess is also passionate about a workout so you can find exercising and sports posts there. She regularly publishes updates about what she eats every day.

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@the.college.vegan

If you’re a broke student but you want to stay healthy even if it’s hard for you to find money to pay the rent, then this profile is what you need! The author specifically designed this page for busy and broke college students. Most of her recipes don’t even require a kitchen.

A lot of her posts shares smart ways how to use up leftovers you have in your fridge. But most importantly all the recipes she shares are extremely healthy and cheap. Moreover, it doesn’t take more than 10 minutes to prepare them.

@thezestylime

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happy monday, friends! 💗 it’s canadian thanksgiving today but truthfully i’m just thinking of cheese! 😂 namely all of the amazing @kindaco vegan cheeses my friend ellie (creator of kinda co. and @kindstateofmind) sent me to try*! 🧀 i decided to film a taste test with all the different flavours, and the timing couldn’t be more perfect, because these cheeses are available to order ONLINE, as of today!! 😍 SPOILER ALERT- all of the cheeses are amazing and you should probably just order the whole lot! 🤷🏻‍♀️ i wonder how many wedges of cranberry white cheddar fit into one box… 🤔😁 [*gifted] • so if you fancy watching me get weird with vegan cheese, go check out the video on my channel! 🎥 youtube: the zesty lime 💚 • hope you’re having a wonderful day, lovelies! 😘 • • • • • #youtube #vegan #vegancheese #kindaco #tastetest #youtuber #video #selfie #foodporn #veganfood #cheese #cheeselover #foodlover #foodphotography #foodblogger #londonvegan #vegansoflondon #dairyfree #dairyfreecheese #planteater #plantbased #ieatplants #review #foodreview #crueltyfree #bestofvegan #food #plantpower #me #veganfoodshare

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Among all other vegan bloggers, Rebeca publishes truly eye-catching and vivid pictures of the food. Based in London, she shares a lot of stuff about London and UK life overall. Rebeca tests the recipes which were made by others as well as sharing her opinion and suggest ways to improve it. Also, she often posts images from restaurants she visited and write about them as well.

Rebeca goes a lot to food adventures around London and posts videos on her personal Youtube channel.

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@thevegansolution

This blogger proves that there are so many ways to eat if you’re a vegan. Most of her recipes consist of raw high-carbs stuff. She promotes eating fresh unprocessed food with a lot of fruits and vegetables. You should check her profile where you can find pizzas, raw cookies, and smoothies made from whole and healthy ingredients.

@frommybowl

Caitlin Shoemaker is one of the best vegan bloggers, recipe developer, and traveler. Her posts feature a lot of useful tips about wellness, healthy recipes and lifestyle information. Caitlin focuses on easy-to-make dishes but, what is the most important, containing healthy ingredients.

She also developed tons of recipes for breakfasts, lunches, and dinners all of them are just amazing. She also develops gluten-free recipes.

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By Mykhailo Andriichuk

Mykhailo Andriichuk writes for Chillwall about exciting events, food, art and breathtaking places all over the world.

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