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Make a Healthy Version of Your Favorite Pizza

#mitúFIT: How to Make Raw Vegan Pizza

Being #mituFit doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite foods. Using raw veggies, Rawvana shows you how to make pizza without throwing your mitú fitness plan off track. Gather your zucchini, celery and tomatoes and get ready to savor the healthiest pizza you’ve ever had!

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These Latinos are Cashing in on Their Insta-Success

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These Latinos are Cashing in on Their Insta-Success

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Instagram is flooded with selfies, cat photos and #OOTD pics. What if your selfies could make you money? These Latinos have done just that.  Here are Instagram success stories to inspire your feed.

Lora Arellano

One of the many makeup artists on Instagram, Lora Arellano caught the attention of Rihanna. She’s now Rihanna’s personal makeup artist, working photo shoots, videos, her Diamonds Tour, and a Harper’s Bazaar Magazine cover. She also launched a makeup line called Melt Cosmetics with her BFF, Dana Bomar.

Massiel Arias

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After turning to fitness for her depression, Massiel Arias posted workout photos for motivation. More than 1.5 million people now follow Massy. She has since built a training business, models and has been featured in a Trey Songz music video.

Liz Eswein

A little holiday shopping with my two favorite pups, @toastmeetsworld and @muppetsrevenge! ???????? @iomoishop A photo posted by newyorkcity (@newyorkcity) on

With the name @newyorkcity, Liz Eswein’s foray into online sponsorship produced little profit so Liz and partners started The Mobile Media Lab for representation. Liz has since moved on to social media agency Laundry Service. Her division, Cycle, works with brands like Stella Artois, Coach and Jaguar.

Jen Selter

Thanks for the motivation @SQUATSPO ???? #Seltering

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Famous for “belfies,” selfies featuring her butt, Jen Selter has amassed more than 5 million followers. Jen quit her job and started making money from magazine shoots, endorsement deals and corporate sponsorship offers. Selter has appeared in Vanity Fair, People and Elle.

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Vegas Nay

Professional makeup artist Naomi Giannopoulos, aka Vegas Nay, started blogging and posting. She built a following of more than 3.6 million with her makeup and beauty tips. Nay’s work now appears in Cosmopolitan for Latinas. She also launched The Stardust Tour, a beauty event in Las Vegas.

Daniel Arnold

I took some blizzard paranoia pics for vanity fair, link in profile but better on a bigger screen.

A photo posted by Daniel Arnold (@arnold_daniel) on

Short of cash, Daniel Arnold sold a few signed prints of images from his feed — just for a day and some quick cash. He made $15,000, according to Forbes. Since then, he has contributed photos to the The New Yorker, Vanity Fair and Vogue.

Lyzabeth Lopez

Personal trainer, holistic nutritionist and fitness instructor Lyzabeth Lopez attracted 1.5 million followers with her workout photos and videos. She has appeared as a fitness expert on E!, graced magazine covers like Fitness X, Natural Muscle Magazine and Optimyz, and sells nutritional products on her website.

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