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Calling health-focused foodies! In celebration of Black History Month, we’re celebrating 6 of our favorite Black foodfluencers to watch from content curators and creators making waves in food and wellness.
Culinary Nutritionist Trudy Stone teaches busy women how to gain mastery over their stress through the power of food. CE’s had the pleasure of working with Trudy on many occasions, including our popular online course Feed a Healthy Brain, which explores the link between diet and cognitive health. Check out Trudy’s Instagram for her latest projects: @trudyestone
Support Black businesses with the help with food connoisseur Dominek from Dom N’ The City. This New Yorker shops the best local eats and brings you along for the ride in her vibrant Instagram account. Follow her finds via her feed: @domnthecity
Chef Kai Chase’s creations have appeared on the plates of former President Barack Obama, Kevin Hart, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx and more. As you know well, healthy eating doesn’t stop at salads, and this celebrity chef proves this in her endless feed of nutritious, comforting eats: @chefkaichase
Expand your horizons with Jane Rosamond, hailing from Accra, the capital of Ghana. From couscous jollof with baked fish to kakro (fried plantain fritters or balls), her colorful recipes brimming with nutrition-packed ingredients make African cooking feel accessible to anyone, anywhere. Check her out at @pascals_clean_eats
Diabetes is no match for powerhouse Mila Buckley. Inspired by her own fight with Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults, she has authored The Diabetes Food Journal, spoken internationally on the metabolic disorder, and has filmed her own cooking show. Follow her highly acclaimed blog hangrywoman.com and keep up with her content at a glance on her Instagram: @thehangrywoman
Atlanta-based Dietitian Nutritionist Marisa Moore embodies the ethos of clean eating. Her recipes are not only nutrition-focused and visually stunning, most of them are super simple to recreate! Find Georgian favorites like black eyed peas and collard greens, one-pot wonders like smoky chickpeas with spinach and much more at her blog marisamoore.com or feast your eyes at @marisamoore.com