Follow Friday: 4 Gut Health Food Bloggers To Go Stalk Right Now

‘Tis the season for everyone to be obsessed with their New Year’s resolutions to eat better and spend more time at the gym. While I am still recovering from a crazy winter break sickness that has carried on into the new year, I wanted to share  4 gut health food bloggers that will hopefully inspire you to keep your healthy eating routine on point. They definitely have been motivating to me, even with my sickness. Stalk away!

A Balanced Belly

Jen, a nutritional therapist, blogs about all things healthy living. She is a gut health activist who shares tips on juicing and gluten-free living. Having some gut issues myself, her blog is a great resource for new ideas on how to keep my belly a happy camper. 

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Check out Jen’s 10 Anti-Inflammatory Gut Health Drinks blog post here

That Girl Cooks Healthy

Charla is certified in holistic health and has a degree is public health. Charla dedicates her blog to showcasing dairy and gluten-free recipes. One day, she would like to transition to a vegan lifestyle, and right now she describes herself as a “conscientious vegan in the making”. As a young woman of African Caribbean heritage, Charla also shares some Caribbean cuisines and how she puts a healthy spin on them. 

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Check out Charla’s Garlicky Zoodles with Sunflower Seeds recipe here

Stellicious Life

Stella, a fanatic cookbook collector, recipe taster and creator, enjoys all things delicious. In her family, enjoying food is something that is valued and comes naturally. Stella baked her way through high school and university and shares baking recipes as well as more savory meals on her blog. Her recipes are healthy and tasty and don’t require hours spent in the kitchen.

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Check out Stellas’s Roasted Beet Hummus recipe here

Spammella B

Pamela, a Manchester-Based health advocate, is a firm believer in enjoying what you eat. On her blog, she shares gluten-free, high protein, healthy and tasty recipes made from clean ingredients. Her concept of #IndulgingInnocently is all about having your cake and eating it, too. As someone who is lactose-intolerant, I enjoy looking at the dairy-free section when I’m looking for some “healthified” dessert inspo. #mouthwatering

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Check out Pamela’s Mini Gingerbread, Caramel, & Chocolate Cups recipe here

I hope these 4 gut health food bloggers have inspired you to try a new spin on one of your favorite dishes or create something totally new that your bellies will enjoy. Cheers to delicious, healthy eats!