If you could do with some visual inspiration, nutritious recipes and lifestyle tips - you need to get acquainted with these clean living foodies.
Food blogger Indy Power’s website www.thelittlegreenspoon.com has become the go-to location for wholesome and delicious recipes. For those new to the clean eating lifestyle, this is a good place to start, as there is a wide variety of gluten free, dairy free, vegan, raw and paleo recipes as well as more nutritious versions of traditional meals.
Lisa Murrin’s Instagram feed shows a colourful array of fresh, raw produce and hearty salads. Follow her for some serious lunch-box inspiration.
As one of the country’s most successful models and a triathlete, Roz has learnt the importance of food as a fuel for her busy life. When she is not in front of the camera, she runs the food blog Natural Born Feeder which advocated a whole, plant-based diet.
This feed is awash with superfoods, protein treats and easy but nutritious meal options that you can incorporate into a busy, on-the-go lifestyle.
5. Eat Well Travel Far Love Often
Aoife Carroll’s Instagram is as visually pleasing as it is inspiring. This foodie makes eating healthy look so good, it’s like it should be the only viable option.
Pioneering twins Steve and Dave Flynn have revolutionised how Irish people view vegetarianism. Now with a cookbook, YouTube cooking tutorials and their ever-expanding business based in Co Wicklow, follow them for their filling and nourishing vegetarian recipes.
This nutritional cook and food writer regained control of her own health when she committed to a ‘super-charged’ and energising diet brimming with natural and nutritious foods. Once you taste her raw desserts, you won’t want to go back.
RTE star Donal has embraced the shift towards a healthier diet as of late. The well-known chef has been collaborating with the likes of White and the Flynn twins on delicious clean eats, proving that there’s no such thing as ‘too many cooks in the kitchen’.
Suzanne is a holistic health coach managing Crohn’s disease by advocating a natural and balanced lifestyle. Follow her for ideas on how to up your intake of fruit and vegetables, and for some ideas on how to create the perfect green smoothie.
10. Make And Bake from Scratch
Currently living in Dubai, Lynne Whelehan endorses a pristine diet that ‘nourishes from the inside out’. Follow her tips and you will never have a boring bowl of porridge again.