Is your Instagram feed sabotaging your healthy eating?

We are all surrounded by bad influences that cause us to eat when we don’t need to and eat less healthy than we intend. Instagram, with its bazillion images of delicious, decadent food, is a likely guilty party in this pitfall. A 2015 study found that ogling “food porn” might lead to us putting more food in our mouths.

This year, we challenge you to kick them out of your phone and replace them with feeds so pretty you’ll never know they’re healthy, too.

Tempt yourself the right way with these healthy foodie feeds:

@beautyblends

 Strawberry nicecream!

Strawberry nicecream!

 Coconut yoghurt with all my fav toppings

Coconut yoghurt with all my fav toppings


@thecrunchyradish

 Almond butter, banana, honey, cinnamon, and gomasio. 

Almond butter, banana, honey, cinnamon, and gomasio. 

 Fennel, parsley, and quinoa salad.

Fennel, parsley, and quinoa salad.


@kalememaybe

 Quick Mexican-Inspired Breakfast: Spinach sautéed in garlic and ghee with sautéed sweet bell peppers and chopped jalapeño with two pasture-raised runny eggs, vegan mozzarella, chili lime seasoning, and cilantro

Quick Mexican-Inspired Breakfast: Spinach sautéed in garlic and ghee with sautéed sweet bell peppers and chopped jalapeño with two pasture-raised runny eggs, vegan mozzarella, chili lime seasoning, and cilantro

 Collard wrap! This one is filled with red pepper hummus, roasted kabocha squash, avocado, radishes, heirloom tomatoes, red onion, and cilantro micro greens.

Collard wrap! This one is filled with red pepper hummus, roasted kabocha squash, avocado, radishes, heirloom tomatoes, red onion, and cilantro micro greens.