DineLA Top 6 Healthiest Chefs on Twitter

For those of you living in Los Angeles, DineLA week is underway and making a splash with all it’s great deals. Our sister site OpenSourceFood, gave you the 9 Essential Chefs/Foodies to Follow on Twitter, but we’d like to go a step further and hip you to some healthier chefs.

Diets are and always will be a fad. But eating right has been around for ages. Whether it’s organic yumminess or vegan blah, healthy food choices are always a step in the right direction. Check out our list of the Top 6 Healthiest Chefs on Twitter!

6. Larry Maiman

From the Twitter bio:

“Official Site of Mäni’s on Fairfax. Healthier food and baked goods using less refined and organic ingredients. Innovators of fruit juice sweetened desserts.”

Why you should follow him:
For more than 20 years, Mani’s has been offering healthy foods and baked goods to LA-area diners. The once-tiny bakery is now moving to Maple Drive in Beverly Hills where they’ll be expanding into a full-service restaurant, bar, and bakery. Follow Larry Maiman to keep up with all the latest details.

5. Bridget Davis

From the Twitter bio:

“Chef, consultant, cooking coach I am a Foodie, flavor profiler, culinary craftsman, friend, lover cha cha cha and Head Chef to rumbling bellies everywhere!!”

Why you should follow her:
As one of Australia’s top chefs, Bridget Davis is a foodie with worldwide influence. She Tweets links to great food information and recipes.

4. Bethenny Franke

From the Twitter bio:

“Natural Food Chef”

Why you should follow her:
Don’t let the fact that she was on The Real Housewives of New York City fool you. Bethenny Frankel is the real deal. This best-selling author is recognized for her expertise in healthy, natural cooking.

3. Christopher Kimball

From the Twitter bio:

“Founder, America’s Test Kitchen”

Why you should follow him:
As the editor of Cooking Illustrated Magazine and host of PBS’ America’s Test Kitchen, Christopher Kimball has certainly made a name for himself in the industry. Give him a follow.

2. Amy Sherman

From the Twitter bio:

“I’m a writer, recipe developer & culinary enthusiast. I CAN’T STAND AUTOMATIC OR SPAMMY DM’s! I WILL unfollow you if you send one.”

Why you should follow her:
This San Francisco chef and cookbook author maintains one of the best healthy cooking blogs on the internet. Keep up with her latest updates by following her on Twitter.

1. Anthony Da Cruz

From the Twitter bio:

“An ex chef still in love with food.”

Why you should follow him:
This former chef maintains the popular recipe blog TasteBudDelights.com. He shares his favorite healthy recipes with about 5,000 followers.

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