40 Of The Best Health & Wellness Bloggers To Follow In 2017

Health and wellness bloggers are boundlessly popular on the internet and, because there are so many to follow and plenty of niches around, it can be tough to separate the wheat from the chaff.

So, we’ve outlined 40 of the best health and wellness bloggers of 2017 and what they do so that you know who to follow. 


  1. Mindbodygreen

Mindbodygreen is a real mixed bag which can meet all of your health and wellness needs. This blog can show you how to maximise your energy levels or how to use feng shui to heal past trauma and focuses heavily on how to live a healthy lifestyle in the long term as opposed to fad diets and quick fixes. 


  1. Life

Life is a part of Daily Burn and, as well as covering food and fitness, posts on mental health, stress, and sleep. This blog answers some of the biggest questions in the health and wellness world, such as ‘is it still a good workout if I’m not sore?’ – a real gem of a blog! 


  1. Naturally Ella

Naturally Ella is a great blog to follow if you’re new to health and wellness. She covers the basics like stocking a healthy pantry and provides you with a comprehensive list of ingredients in her explore an ingredient section.


  1. Holli Thompson

After her unpleasant experience with allergies, migraines, inflammation, and even miscarriages, Holli Thompson decided to change her life for the better and she’s now a Certified Holistic Health Coach. Her blog covers everything from what’s in her fridge to how to coach yourself and she prides herself on constantly learning new things about health and wellness.


  1. Jessica Sepel

Jessica Sepel, of the JSHealth Program, offers her readers sound nutritional advice to encourage them to be the healthiest version of themselves as possible. She attempts to empower her readers by showing them that they can achieve their health goals and even has a whole section dedicated to quick meals for students. 


  1. Fit Foodie Finds

Fit Foodie Finds is a haven for foodies everywhere. The writer, Lee, believes that everyone should have a healthy and balanced lifestyle and her blog holds testament to this. Lee posts both creative and classic healthy recipes, along with personal blogs about her own wellness journey. 


  1. Maria Marlowe

Following Maria Marlowe’s blog will give you an education in all things nutrition. With a knack for clearing up acne and a penchant for immaculate food presentation, Maria posts recipes to give you clearer skin and a healthier relationship with your body. 


  1. Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin’s blog is both thought-provoking and captivating with posts on habits and happiness. If you want to make some positive changes in your thinking and your lifestyle habits, Gretchen Rubin is the perfect blogger for you to follow this year. 


  1. Zen Habits

Zen Habits is a great blog to follow if you’d like to explore mindfulness, self-love, and self-improvement this year. With a love of mental wellness at its core, this blog is the ultimate follow for peace of mind and a positive attitude.


  1. Greatist

Greatist leaves no health and wellness stone unturned, bringing you posts on everything from how to be happy to why getting a base tan is a bad idea. You’ll also find posts on food, fitness, and lifestyle so, whatever you’re after, you’ll likely find it on Greatist. 


  1. Fitness on Toast

Not only does Fitness on Toast show its readers how to live a healthy lifestyle, it also goes into why these techniques work. Faya, who writes the blog, shares her thoughts on fitness, fitness tech, and food and is a real all-rounder, posting about travel and fashion as well. 


  1. I Quit Sugar

I Quit Sugar is a versatile health and wellness blog which covers everything from mindfulness to how to pack a kid’s lunch box. This blog features healthy twists on classic dishes and snacks so, even if you’re packing in the junk food for a better lifestyle, you still won’t have to miss out. 


  1. The Skinny Confidential

If you want to be the best version of yourself, Lauryn Evarts, of The Skinny Confidential, will show you how. With posts on wellness, meal plans, recipes, and fitness, along with podcasts and her own book, there are plenty of ways you can enjoy the wisdom of Lauryn. 


  1. Supercharged Food

Supercharged Food shows you the way to a healthier life through the use of inspiring recipes and nutritional education. With easy-to-follow instructions and high-quality images, it couldn’t be easier to learn how to eat your way back to optimum health.


  1. Wellness Mama

Katie, of Wellness Mama, was shocked when she heard that ‘the current generation of children will have a shorter life expectancy than their parents’ and felt that she had to do something herself to change that statistic. She began to embrace a natural and healthy lifestyle for the benefit of her family and blogs her journey. 



Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley run this blog and they are dedicated to showing the world the importance of good gut health. Packed full of great recipes and posts on lifestyle, you’ll find everything you need if you’re planning on trying your hand at a healthy diet this year.


  1. The Picky Eater

Healthy food loving Anjali married a fast food loving man and had to meet him in the middle by cooking healthy versions of food that he enjoyed. With recipes ranging anywhere from vegan s’mores to ratatouille and health advice on fertility and weight loss, this blog leaves nothing to be desired. 


  1. Chocolate Covered Katie

If you love comfort food but want to stay healthy, Chocolate Covered Katie is the blog for you to follow in 2017. With a heavy focus on desserts, this blog will show you that eating healthy and having a sweet tooth can fall hand in hand. 


  1. Fit Men Cook

Fit Men Cook started in 2012 as a way for Kevin Curry to share his weight loss goals and new healthy lifestyle. Now it’s an online community centred around healthy food ideas and is one of the most popular health and fitness blogs on the web. 


  1. Running on Real Food

Deryn, who writes Running on Real Food, aims to inspire her readers to live a life of healthy balance. She likes to keep her content fresh, with posts on how to spice up your workouts and creative vegan meal prep ideas.  


  1. Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain is a blog which dedicates itself to helping its readers improve themselves, focusing on self-education, productivity, and motivation. Great for psychological wellness, this blog posts on everything from anger management to 5 ways to show courage every day. 


  1. FinerMinds

FinerMinds prides itself on being a place where people can share and find advice on personal growth, education, and spirituality. This blog sees the importance of the wellbeing of your mind and body and posts accordingly, making its readers more conscious and aware of their lifestyles. 


  1. Avocadu

Avocadu is run by Alex and Lauren who bonded over their mutual love of health and wellness on a Tinder date in Texas. They believe that ‘being healthy starts from the inside out’ and are well known for their posts on weight loss advice and delicious recipes! 


  1. Vox Nature

Vox Nature’s aim is to make having a natural lifestyle as easy as possible for its readers. With sections on everything from garden and DIY to pet care and herbs, this blog leaves no stone unturned when it comes to living a healthy life. 


  1. Healthy Happy Life

Healthy Happy Life is run by Kathy Patalsky who is a vegan with a goal to live well. She frequently posts innovative plant-based recipes on her blog which are tantalising enough to tease anyone’s taste buds. 


  1. Nutrition in the Kitch

Nutrition in the Kitch (a.k.a. NITK) is written by Christal who has a passion for all things health and nutrition. Whether you’re after breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, Christal will provide you with creative and nourishing recipes that will have your body thanking her. 


  1. Nutrition Stripped

For wellness 101, recipes, and workout inspiration, follow Nutrition Stripped. This blog’s simple aesthetic leaves its content as the star of the show and aims to teach its readers how to live well and eat whole in order to feel fantastic.


  1. Kris Carr

Kris Carr has been living with cancer for over ten years and, since her diagnosis, has changed her life for the better. She now has a healthy lifestyle and an online wellness program called Crazy Sexy You which shows its readers how to create mental clarity, stress reduction and a sense of wellbeing through the way they eat. 


  1. Possibility of Change

Possibility of Change is for people who are looking to change their lives in a positive way. With a focus on mental wellness, this blog posts the stories of real people who have changed their lives in incredible and inspiring ways. 


  1. Brussels Vegan

Kim-Julie, who writes Brussels Vegan, became an ethical vegan in 2011 and claims that it was the best decision of her life. From comfort food to light snacks, Kim-Julie posts vegan recipes which are designed to nourish your body and even covers controversial topics like ‘Can Children Go Vegan?’.


  1. The Minimalists

The Minimalists team is made up of Joshua and Ryan who, after leaving their successful corporate careers, published a book titled Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life. Their blog features essays on how a minimalist lifestyle can increase wellness and how you can introduce minimalism to your life. 


  1. My Name is Jessamyn

Jessamyn has a penchant for yoga and frequently updates her blog about her life of seeking wellness. She’s not afraid to cover taboo topics and even has a book out titled Every Body Yoga: Get on the Mat, Love Your Body, which aims to shun stereotypes and invite everyone into the wonderful world of yoga. 


  1. Black Girl in Om

Black Girl in Om is split up into four sections: mind, body, soul, and space. Each section holds an extensive collection of posts which cover every aspect of wellness, from intuitive eating to sexual liberation. Primarily aimed at women of colour, this blog strives to share the best wellness practices with its readers.


  1. Mikaela Reuben

Mikaela Reuben is a Culinary Nutritionist and Health Consultant who has worked with big names like Ben Stiller and Woody Harrelson. She is well-versed in the world of health and nutrition and uses her blog to post creative and simple recipes to keep her readers in good health. 


  1. Carly Morgan Gross

This blog covers all manner of topics relating to health and wellness, including diet, self-love, and emotions. Eloquently written and beautifully honest, Cary Morgan Gross is definitely a blogger to keep up with this year. 


  1. Lottie Murphy

Lottie Murphy has her fingers in a lot of pies as a Youtuber, blogger, and Pilates instructor, and is dedicated to inspiring people to live healthier and happier lives. Her blog is split into three categories: food, lifestyle, and wellbeing and her can-do attitude is a pleasure to read. 


  1. Mint Wellbeing

Mint Wellbeing is a London-based physiotherapy and wellbeing practice and its blog features a great many posts on everything from motivation to chronic pain. With a heavy focus on medicine, you’ll find thought-provoking posts here, such as should you be using Ibuprofen before or during a marathon?    


  1. Carly Jennings

Carly Jennings’ blog is used as a place for her to attempt to ‘heal, nourish & create’. Her own battle with long-term illness has urged her to change her relationship with food and fitness for the better and, on the blog, she even covers inspiration, life, and purpose. 


  1. Oh She Glows

Oh She Glows is a recipe blog which shows its readers how to make both creative and yummy plant-based meals. Angela, the writer of Oh She Glows, started the blog in 2008 as a way of documenting her recovery from an eating disorder, but it quickly turned into a lively location for lovers of good food.


  1. Panacea Drinks

Panacea Drinks is a healthy beverage company which is dedicated to bringing its customers good bacteria in a nutritious but yummy drink. The company has a blog which posts on a variety of aspects of health and wellbeing, such as how to boost your mood and yoga poses to help with digestion.


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