At Visual Therapy, we’re all about Mind, Body, and Soul. As we work with clients to line up their optimal wardrobes and help them to be the best version of themselves, we’re huge believers that it’s not the dress, but what’s in the dress that matters. And even though clothes can help you feel like a movie star, there’s something that needs to be taken care of first on a deeper level. Welcome to “Wellness Wednesday”: our weekly feature to bring you tips for a healthy, whole and fulfilled life.
Need a little inspiration to help you stay on track with your New Year’s resolutions? Instagram to the rescue. It’s our favorite social media platform for fashion, wellness, travel and just general feel-good inspiration. Sometimes seeing photos of healthy meals that you can try to replicate at home is all you need to stay focused. This lineup of must-follow healthy Instagrams includes professional nutritionists and simply talented foodies alike. No matter what the credentials are, a daily dose of health-spiration is guaranteed!
Nashville-based dietician and cookbook author McKel Hill will show you healthy food like you’ve never seen before. Follow McKel’s nutrition tips, recipes and healthy lifestyle inspiration. Photos of her cute dog Zoey and Nashville music scene included!
Amy Crawford, aka Holistic Ingredient, was once a corporate girl who got knocked sideways by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She then healed herself through whole foods and a holistic approach to life, and became a recipe book author and Holistic Practitioner. Her instagram feed documents the inspiring journey filled with delicious health food ideas.
When Vogue Australia wants nutrition advice, they turn to Sydney-based nutritionist and wellness coach Jessica Sepel, and for good reason. The gorgeous author of The Clean Life (a manuscript of clean eating and holistic living) shares recipes, workout tips (she states that you don’t have to work out any more than 20 minutes a day — we’ll take it!), and empowering personal stories on self-acceptance and nourishing yourself inside out.
Author of New York Times bestseller “Oh She Glows” and one of the most popular vegan food bloggers, Angela Liddon will make you never want to eat out again. Well… just kidding, but ohsheglows does take home-cooking to the next level, and her Instagram will give you plenty of ideas to get creative in the kitchen.
In her vibrant, eye-catching photos, health counselor Krystelle F. Gratziani shares not only delicious recipes that are simple and super healthy, but also natural beauty tips and affirmations.
DC-based nutrition student, wellness warrior, yogi and marathon runner Alexandra loves green smoothie bowls for breakfast and hearty veggie stews for lunch. And she’s happy to share the creative recipes with you, alongside stunning photos (of food and her French bulldog). We also love Alexandra’s creation #GoddessVibes — a feed filled with positive vibes.
Sarah B’s mission behind My New Roots was to make the information she learned in school for Holistic Nutrition public. “I wanted to set up a non-biased space for people to come and learn about how to take better care of themselves through diet and lifestyle, as I have seen immense changes in myself since making little, positive changes every day.” Her professionally crafted food and photos have attracted 100K followers and a book deal.
DC-based eating psychology expert Elise Museles, as her Instagram name suggests, is all about the balance of naughty and nice when it comes to nutrition. She’ll teach you how to do food prep for the week (pay attention to the cute salad-filled mason jars), make your own cashew milk, and not stress out about eating.
The chef behind NYC-based Clean Food Dirty City, Lily, is actually not a chef at all. But the way she’s mastered the art of a healthy, nutritious bowl — whether it’s a salad, a soup, or a smoothie — is unrivaled. Follow Lily for do-able inspiration on eating healthy at home.
Environmental advocate, mom and plant based foodie Tammy is all about cooking delectable, organic, gmo-free food. Her approach is refreshing and a much-needed reminder to look at the labels when you’re grocery shopping. Tammy shares recipes and tips on avoiding pesticide-filled produce. She’ll also show you how to pack the healthiest kids’ lunches.