With the rise of social media influencers within the fitness and well-being industry, there is a lot of information available to the public. Any user of Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest can search hashtags, follow their favourite bloggers and find the newest, ‘healthiest’ recipes. But how healthy is it really?
Nowadays, we can find inspiration at the click of a button, and while this can be fantastic – it can also be dangerous. With so many resources available, it can be difficult to know fact from fiction.
While the latest diet trend may be clean-eating and gluten-free, how do you know if that’s really what you should be eating? We want to know more, so we’ve asked Nutritionist Resource member and registered dietitian, Bahee Van De Bor to share her thoughts.
Q: What are your thoughts on social media influencers, in particular for fitness and nutrition?
Social media marketers are constantly buzzing with talk on the latest excitement on fitness or nutrition. These folks…