6 Health Pages You Should Be Following on Instagram

If you’re in the health and wellness space and want to use an Instagram bot to help propel your Instagram growth, then you no doubt need to take a look at these six health pages you should be following on Instagram.

You can, and should, set the bot to follow the people who are following these accounts, because you’ll definitely get a targeted audience of healthy people and those who are seeking to live a more healthy lifestyle. Plus, these are quality accounts that show you how to nail Instagram marketing in the health and wellness niche.

  1. @runningonveggies


This one is for all you vegetarians and vegans, or those who to aspire to become one and need a little inspiration on how to keep their food yummy and varied without meat and animal products. Lottie Bildirici is a swimmer, cyclist, and runner who works as an Adidas Runners nutrition coach and aims to make food medicine.

She shares her clean plant-based recipes, many of which are dessert recipes that are so mouthwatering, you will not even notice (or care) that what you are eating is actually good for you. Recipes include: Mediterranean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes, Raw Cookie Dough Bites, pumpkin bread/pumpkin cranberry muffins (yes, they are vegan and gluten free – sweetened with fruit) and quinoa, to name a few. She shows you how to find the recipes on her website from within the Instagram caption, since you can only post a link in your bio.

  1. @healthmagazine

If you are a fan of Health Magazine, you will definitely want to take a look at their Instagram account. There you will find a healthy – pun intended! – mix of inspirational and motivational quotes, fun and cute memes, recipes for healthy food, makeup and beauty tips, and general lifestyle information to encourage you to think of health beyond diet and exercise – promoting self-care, and a total health-focused lifestyle.

Recipes include: southwestern spaghetti squash, baked apple cinnamon oatmeal, pumpkin soup, and more. You will also find some guidance on how to relax and take time for yourself, which is important to keeping your stress levels down. We all know that if you’re stressed out and not sleeping well, this will derail any attempts at weight loss you may be trying, so it’s worth it to look at more than just the food.

  1. @howyouglow

This account is a collaboration between Jessie Groveman and Tara Sowlaty. Together, they show wellness is about more than food and exercise – it’s about creating a lifestyle you love and that makes you feel good.

Here you’ll find everything from nutrition and fitness to recipes and quotes to help you on your way to a healthier lifestyle so you “glow from the inside out.” Recipes include fruit-filled smoothie bowl with nut butter, breakfast quesadillas, zucchini and eggplant chips, and more. A lot of what you’ll see here is from local restaurants in southern California, but you could easily replicate the dishes on your own.

  1. @shutthekaleup

This account is the brainchild of Jeannette Ogden, a yoga instructor and new mom. Yes, there’s  the cute play on words with the kale craze, but we assure you, not everything you’ll see here is filled with kale.

Here you’ll find an assortment of yummy recipes, such as a “real” egg mcmuffin with an organic fried egg, sautéed spinach, bacon, and chive spread,  some yoga poses, and a healthy mix of her real life with her family, including a recent pregnancy announcement where she welcomes the world to baby #2 that’s on the way. Her 296,000 Instagram followers love her content – and with good reason!

  1. @nomnompaleo

Smoothie bowls are the easy Paleo recipe, but you will not find many of them on Michelle Tam’s account. If you’re new to the Paleo lifestyle, or just looking for some recipes to switch things up a bit, you’ll love what you see here – Asian meatballs, paleo pot stickers, umami gravy, Japanese egg custard, Brussels sprouts with aged balsamic vinegar, and paleo pumpkin and carrot muffins, for instance. You’ll find recipes from her cookbook, Nom Nom Paeleo, as well as what she cooks on a day-to-day basis.

  1. @thebodycoach


This account belongs to fitness guru Joe Wicks. Here you will find everything from motivational quotes, to a variety of healthy recipes – even desserts. Some of what you can expect to find in his feed: salmon and egg English muffins, broccoli and cheddar tots, pineapple fried rice, stuffed peppers, quinoa protein pancakes, minestrone, hidden veggie mac and cheese, and blueberry oat breakfast muffins.

Most of these recipes are done to promote his new cookbook, Veggie Lean in 15. It’s part of his series of Lean in 15 cookbooks to complement his exercise routines. He also uses the Instagram platform to promote his 90 day fitness programs with before and after photos of his clients.

With these six accounts, you will definitely be on your way to creating an Instagram feed full of eye-catching photos and videos that fill you up with everything healthy. You’ll also find hundreds of thousands of other Instagram users to connect with, since these accounts are so widely known on the platform. Whether you’re looking to become a bit healthier yourself, trying to break into the health and wellness niche on Instagram, or maybe a bit of both, these accounts won’t disappoint.

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