10 Instagram Posts That Will Inspire You to Eat Healthier

Who knew healthy dishes could look so good? Get the #foodie in you ready…these Instagram posts might inspire you to whip up some of your own nutritious snacks!

1. This delectable smoothie from @alphafoodie.

 

2. This purple sweet potato bowl from @healthyeating_jo.

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3. This vibrant avocado toast from @datesandavocados.


 

4. This citrus assortment from @grubwithanindianabroad.


 

5. These turmeric macadamia satay noodles from @wholesomedaily.


 

6. This vegan khao soi thai noodle soup from @greensmoothiedaily.


 

7. This picture perfect acai bowl from @whole_food_nutritionista.


 

8. This fruit quinoa salad from @fitness_bianca.


 

9. These blackberry ricotta crostinis from @ful.filled.


 

10. These rice paper rolls from @veggiekins.

Which on is your favorite? Share your feedback in the comments below!

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