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Top 10 Vegan YouTubers

VO: Rebecca Brayton
Script written by Sean Harris. No meat. No dairy. No problem. Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we count down the very best that YouTube has to offer! Today, we’re taking a serious look at our diets as we count down our picks for the top 10 vegan YouTubers. For this list, we’re taking a look at the greatest vegan vloggers out there. As long as they’re vegan and they’re active on YouTube, they have a chance on this list! Special thanks to our user Leo Lazar Jakšić for submitting the idea using our interactive suggestion tool at WatchMojo.comsuggest

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Script written by Sean Harris

No meat. No dairy. No problem. Hello, and welcome to TopX, where we count down the very best that YouTube has to offer! Today, we’re taking a serious look at our diets as we count down our picks for the top 10 vegan YouTubers.

For this list, we’re taking a look at the greatest vegan vloggers out there. As long as they’re vegan and they’re active on YouTube, they have a chance on this list!

#10: NaturallyStefanie

Scotland’s finest Stefanie Moir has quickly become an all-round vegan lifestyle guru. Since setting up on YouTube in early 2014, she has tackled food, fitness, beauty, and travel – all with personal style and professional know-how. Her down to earth presentation draws us in; her high level expert advice gives us exactly what we want. Everything Stefanie does seems accessible and doable for everyone else, and her presentation videos strip the fear factor from the gym. Check out the super popular ‘What I Ate Today’ series and the ‘Vegan Bulk’ videos for some of her best work.

#9: Bite Size Vegan

Bite Size Vegan sets out with the mission to make veganism ‘fun, friendly, fast and fact-based.’ And Emily Barwick’s videos are funny and quirky… but they’re also frank and hard-hitting, and she sure knows how to rally her troops! In June 2016, Bite Size Vegan was at the center of a high-profile battle with YouTube after the site insisted that some of her videos carry age restrictions and warning messages. For Emily, this equated to censorship, and was contributing to the greatest lie that mankind ever told itself – that eating animals was okay, which spurred videos on her channel discussing free speech, especially when it comes to veganism.

#8: Mango Island Mamma

For Ellen Fisher – AKA Mango Island Mamma – veganism is very much a family affair. Her husband and two children are frequently featured on her channel, which serves as inspiration for its thousands of subscribers. Based on the island of Maui, Ellen converted to veganism in the mid-2000s, after health problems of her own – she’s never looked back, and she’s set on spreading the word. Her ‘day in the life of’ videos show what can be achieved, and Q&As help dispel myths and quash concerns about the vegan way of life. And if you happen to be vegan and pregnant, Ellen has been there twice before and has lots of helpful advice.

#7: Bonnyrebecca

If there is such a thing as a ‘secret to happiness’, then judging by Bonnyrebecca’s videos, she’s found it! In fact, she probably created it. This channel is jam packed with feel-good clips, positive-minded content and healthy lifestyle tips. Like other presenters, the ‘What I Ate Today’ format serves this YouTuber well, and there are tons of recipes here. Bonnyrebecca could easily double up as a travel vlogger, though; and she’s also tried her hand at relationship advice as well as exercise ideas. This girl’s got it all!

#6: The Vegan Corner

Nobody puts vegans in a corner, unless it’s this one. Meet Raoul and Miriam; two Italians dedicated to making ‘healthy and tasty low-fat vegan cuisine.’ Perhaps more so than anything else on today’s countdown, the Vegan Corner is an all-out cooking channel. The sheer volume of recipes available here is enough to make anyone hungry – vegan or otherwise – and the variety available means you have every meal, and every course of every meal covered. The combination of a simple, easy-to-follow format and informative, often quite light-hearted and engaging voiceover is a real winner!

#5: hot for food

Lauren and John are quite possibly the coolest vegan couple on the Internet. Their channel, hot for food, is all about breaking the vegan mould, making vegan sexy and generally living a fun-loving life with a vegan diet. Lauren became a vegan on January 1st 2010, John converted when he started dating Lauren – and now they have a whole host of recipes to share. The on-screen chemistry is there for all to see, and the millisecond intros put you in a good mood even before the cooking has begun. After a watching a few of these shows, you’ll be headed straight to the kitchen in a bid to copy them. Good luck!

#4: Niomi Smart

With over 1.6 million subscribers and over 3.6 million views on her most watched video, Niomi Smart’s statistics are better than any other Vegan YouTuber to make our top 10. Hers is an all-round lifestyle vlog, encompassing health, diet, travel, fashion, hair and beauty. Niomi’s shows are packed full of her favorite things, brands and top tips on how to live a healthy lifestyle. And she has successfully made the leap from screen to print, having authored a vegan recipe book called ‘Eat Smart’. With new videos uploaded every Sunday, it’s the perfect way to end your weekend.

#3: FullyRawKristina

While the dietary commitments of every vegan shouldn’t be underestimated, there does exist a kind of hierarchy – and our next YouTube personality takes the vegan way of life to the next level. FullyRawKristina shows her viewers how to live without meat and dairy, the same as any other YouTube vegan, but she also says no to anything that’s been cooked. If that sounds like an incredibly difficult task and commendable feat, that’s because it is! But what’s even more impressive is that Kristina makes it all seem quite achievable with her personable presenting style and wide variety of how-to videos and recipes.

#2: Freelee the Banana Girl

And now to one of the most outspoken and controversial vegans on YouTube. Freelee the Banana Girl is also one of the most well-known vegan personalities on the Internet. She has over 700,000 subscribers – which she affectionately calls ‘fruit bats’ – and her most watched video has clocked over 5 million hits. An advocate for raw veganism and the ‘Raw until four’ diet, she offers food and exercise tips, and she critiques other diet fads and celeb speakers. Freelee often makes headlines over some online beef–no, not that kind of beef– with other YouTubers. But, Freelee being Freelee, she takes it all in her stride and sticks by her motto, ‘go fruit yourself’.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions.
Happy Healthy Vegan
Edgy Veg
Cheap Lazy Vegan

#1: Vegan Gains

Vegan Gains’ channel description simply reads; ‘Vegan diet health and fitness’. But it’s much, much more than that! Since starting out in December 2014, series such as ‘Worst in the Fitness Industry’ have gotten this guy a lot of coverage. His brand of straight-faced, tell it like it is humor has earned him a loyal following, but these clips are crammed full of useful information, too. Real name Richard, Vegan Gains is a bodybuilder who turned vegan with this aim of dispelling myths about gaining muscle. Since those first provocatively funny clips, he’s tackled all sorts of serious issues, producing content emotive enough to make you laugh, make you cry, inform and inspire. There’s no better vegan vlogger in the world today!

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