Healthy living isn’t always easy! The internet is flooded with many health blogs owing to the gaining popularity. But there are only a few health bloggers who dedicate themselves to enlightening the readers and assist them in meeting their healthy eating goals. The recipe index of these blogs is filled with delicious, healthy, nutritional, gluten-free, sugar-free recipes and so on. Apart from healthy recipes, these blogs are at the forefront of offering expert advice, workout ideas that motivate change within ourselves. They further maintain a fair distance from the junk food and processed foods. Follow these blogs for holistic health and also to make mindful and delicious food choices. We at Bonusapp are delighted to honour Top 10 Healthy Food Bloggers who are leading by example in promoting a healthy lifestyle. All these bloggers deserve equal credit for their unparalleled efforts and hence we have arranged the list of “Top 10 Healthy Food Blogs – 2018” alphabetically.
Charulata Prasad Rao started the blog “Charu’s Cuisine” with an intention to record ethnic Karnataka recipes, but the blog now features a collection of Indian Vegetarian recipes especially South Indian recipes with a focus on healthy food. Owing to her husband’s profession, she roamed across various cities in India and has sound knowledge about the food habits of people and the uniqueness and speciality of local cuisine. Step-by-step descriptions and well-crafted photo images accompany all her recipes. Further, her recipes are easy to cook and tried and tested in the kitchen.
Dixya Bhattarai is a food blogger, content strategist, coach, registered Dietician Nutritionist and soul behind the food and wellness blog “Food Pleasure and Health”. She uses her creative space on her blog to share nutrition articles and healthy recipes to inspire everyone to cook nutritious, homemade meals. Being a culinary dietitian, Dixya offers nutritional coaching on a variety of topics including healthy eating, special diets/lifestyle and so on. She also conducts hands-on cooking classes for all level cooks.
The blog “Healthy Indian” is born out of Malathy Chandrasekhar & Venu Bendapudi’s combined love for good food and continued health. Apart from healthy recipes, the blog features topics on health issues, home remedies, motivation to enjoy the outdoors and fun exercising. “Healthy Indian” is the destination for a wholesome lifestyle and includes insights into daily living, gardening, Ayurveda, Yoga and Mindfulness.
Mangala Elumalai is a research scholar in Biochemistry and has a thorough knowledge of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her blog “Mangala’s Kitchen” is the home to a variety of easy to make traditional homemade recipes, both South Indian as well as North Indian. She has a habit of searching multiple blogs before making any food item, and this made her improve her cooking style. She makes tasty and healthy food even while employing little oil and spices. Browse the section “Traditional Chutneys” on her blog to witness the easy to make chutneys which makes excellent side dishes for traditional breakfast.
Meghna Purandare is the driving force behind the health blog “Meghna’s” that includes healthy recipes right from breakfast, snacks to dinner. Also, her blog is home to gluten-free recipes, sugar-free desserts, nourishing healthy Indian food and healthy vegan recipes. The section “Food Nutrition” on her blog educates readers about the foods to be consumed for a better health, energy levels, and mood. Through her “Reviews & Interviews,” page Meghna reviews various products, brands, and takes you up close with the health & wellness entrepreneurs. She is a Holistic Nutrition consultant and advocates using organic, and whole foods for healthy body, mind, and soul.
Nishu Shah’s blog “Fascinatingfoodworld” is all about quick, easy, flavourful and healthy recipes from around the world. She believes in healthy eating and develops healthy and delicious recipes for everyday cooking. Navigate through her recipe index and relish the diverse range of recipes from all kinds of cuisines. She draws inspiration from a repertoire of blogs and is kind enough to mention the list on her blog. Visit the “Events/Reviews” section on her blog to have a glimpse of various cuisines at the exotic locations, and she also offers reviews regarding restaurants and products.
Witnessing Nora’s immense passion for cooking, her son created the blog “Treat & Trick” in 2009. It is no surprise that our eating habits change with age and we crave for a better and healthier choice. A major chunk of her recipes are low in fat and are devoid of frosting/icing filled with calories. She firmly believes that little changes can bring wonders for your diet and health. For instance, Nora suggests using pureed fruit, evaporated milk or oil instead of heavy butter in the recipes.
The blog “Delectable-Victuals” is all about food, health, fun, and life. Sheela Preuitt owns the blog, where she indulges her passion for cooking, does some crochets and crafts and reads assorted books. She wears many hats; she is a writer, child literacy advocate, applications developer and crazy-crafts-woman. She posts quick and easy to make healthy and vegetarian recipes. Sheela’s strength and passion lie in “Fusion Cuisines”, and she enjoys trying out new things for whole experience. Her Recipe Index features Indian recipes, Mediterranean, Italian, African, Ethiopian, Central and South America and more.
The healthy food blog “Sunayana Gupta” is decorated with easy to follow Indian and continental recipes made with staples. Through her blog, Sunayana Gupta offers tips, tricks, and techniques that help you manage your kitchen like a pro. Her blog includes special diet recipes like weight loss, weight gain, and also bachelor recipes designed especially for young boys and girls out there. Pay a visit to “Know Your Food” section on her blog to educate yourself about the health benefits of consuming various staples and foods
After having gone through the suffering of gestational diabetes, Ujwala Chintala started revamping Indian recipes with whole grains, fresh greens, healthy oils, nuts, and seeds, with minimal white flour and zero white sugar. Recognising the potential of a healthy diet, she started the blog “Ujwala’s Delicacies”. Her main motto is to educate her followers about a healthy eating lifestyle. She tasted success in managing different types of diabetes along with her family and friends with health infused Indian recipes. A majority of her recipes are original, unique and creative, while few of them are the variations of the existing ones.
These blogs have been chosen based on the following criteria –
: Presentation & Styling skills for recipes.
: Bonusapp’s editorial team and expert review.
: Quality and frequency of Blogger’s recipe blog posts.
: Influence and popularity on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.