What with covid and everything that has come with it some of us have ended up letting ourselves go, both mentally and physically.  No one wants to be stuck in a slump, but it can be hard to improve your health and wellbeing without a little help.  One way to take the first step back to health and happiness is to find and watch the content of a health and wellbeing vlogger.  These guys’ jobs are to help you move forwards and reach your goals; here are five to get you started.

Pick Up Limes

YouTube: Pick Up Limes
Facebook: Pick Up Limes
Instagram: @pickuplimes

The Pick Up Limes website was created by dietician Sadia while she was transitioning to a vegan diet, as a way to post plant-based recipes.  Later, after meeting her partner and moving to another country, Sadia decided to pursue this hobby full time and made a YouTube channel, becoming a health and wellbeing vlogger with a focus on the vegan diet.  The Pick Up Limes channel grew quickly and now has nearly 4 million subscribers.

Being a vegan dietician, Sadia’s channel focuses on how to create a healthy plant-based diet, with a huge variety of recipes for you to try out.  Sadia also explains how different adjustments to your diet can help you in your daily life, such as how to stop being so tired.  Sadia also gives tips and advice on how to improve your health and wellbeing in general, making videos on self-confidence and anxiety.  Sadia’s videos are very relaxing and informative, with all her advice being delivered in a way that is simple and articulate.  Sadia also makes sure to support her advice with facts and research, linking her sources so you can look into the subjects further if you wish.

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Sanne Vloet

YouTube: Sanne Vloet
Instagram: @sannevloet
TikTok: @sanne

Sanne Vloet is a lifestyle, health and wellbeing vlogger.  Sanne is a Dutch model who started her YouTube channel in order to show people what life is like for models behind the scenes; as such, she started vlogging about her daily life.  However, over time Sanne’s videos became more focused on physical and mental health and wellbeing.

Sanne’s channel has a bit of everything from fitness workouts and healthy meals to make up and travel vlogs, and Sanne makes them all with the same level of enthusiasm, putting effort into everything she does.  Her workout routines can put you through the ringer, but they are easy to follow and as long as you have some space you can do them practically anywhere.  It’s not just fitness though, Sanne’s cooking videos are practically professional level, from her technique to the production, they are extremely well done.  Sanne also isn’t afraid of getting personal, sharing her personal life experiences with her viewers and using instances from her life to give people advice.

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Fit Men Cook

YouTube: Fit Men Cook
Facebook: Fit Men Cook
Twitter: @FitMenCook
Instagram: @fitmencook

‘Bodies are built in the kitchen; Sculpted in the gym.’ This is the mantra of the creator of the Fit Men Cook YouTube channel Kevin Curry.  Kevin is a health and wellbeing vlogger who believes that the path to a happy and healthy life starts with the food you eat.  Throw out your diet books because Kevin has all the meals you need to be the weight you want without following some drastic food regimen that would make you miserable.  Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, a student, or cooking on a budget, Kevin has the perfect selection of meals for you.

Kevin presents his videos in a very down to earth manner and comes across as easy-going and approachable which is great.  Kevin is dedicated to producing meals that don’t sacrifice flavour in order to be healthy, so if you love flavoursome meals but want to improve your diet check out Fit Men Cook you’ve got everything from drinks and snacks to family-sized meals and desserts.

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Carrie Rad

YouTube: Carrie Rad
Facebook: Carrie Rad
Twitter: @carrierad
Instagram: @carrierad

Carrie Rad started out as a simple lifestyle YouTuber, making videos of her life and sharing the things that make her happy.  Since then her channel has become more focused, with Carrie becoming a health and wellbeing vlogger, sharing tips on how to combat the tough times and remind viewers why they should have a more positive outlook.

Carrie Rad is very good at catering to her audience and creating the right ambience for each video, altering her narration style depending on the topic.  For example, for a video focused on relaxation Carrie will use a soothing tone while a video giving advice will be more conversational.  Carrie specialises in self-care, nature, and a combination of both, this gives her a unique angle that other health and wellbeing vloggers don’t necessarily have. She also dedicates more time to each topic she covers, creating a variety of YouTube series for you to binge such as ‘self care summer,’ ‘love your life,’ and ‘on the homestead.’

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Magnus Method

YouTube: Magnus Method
Instagram: @magnuslygdback

Magnus Method is the YouTube channel of Swedish trainer, lifestyle coach, and health and wellness expert Magnus Lygdback.  Magnus trains all kinds of celebrities, including some of the world’s A-list actors, musicians, athletes, and artists, with all that work you might wonder why he even bothered becoming a health and wellbeing vlogger.  Well, Magnus is all about sharing his skills, knowledge, and training philosophy−that he has called the Magnus Method−and trying to reach as many people as possible.  Lucky for his viewers.

Magnus is extremely professional and always explains everything in a calm manner, so you know exactly what you’re doing and why you’re doing it.  He not only has videos on workouts and how to exercise well, but also focuses on eating a healthy diet and how to create nutritious meals.  Plus he also dedicates videos to giving you the tips and advice you need.  Magnus Method is the place to go if you want the celebrity treatment.

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Whether you need physical, emotional, or psychological advice, there is always someone out there who can help.  But it can be daunting meeting with people in person, so finding YouTuber/vlogger you can identify with could be the next best thing.