How do you figure out what nutrition information to trust? Today’s episode is timely in lieu of the madness going on with COVID-19. We’ve seen all types of health recc’s suggesting that if you do xyz, you’ll have stronger protection against the virus. xyz has ranged from using essential oils to eating only fresh fruits and vegetables to prevent infection. Putting out this information can result in more panic and stress, especially for people who are struggling financialIy. It’s also not accurate. The rise of social media has opened the floodgates to health and nutrition recommendations that are oftentimes not credible. On today’s episode, we’re talking with registered dietitian Bonnie Taub-Dix about:
– Strategies to remove the element of fear from food
– Why getting your nutrition advice from influencers with no formal training is problematic
– Things to consider when figuring out who/what information is credible?
– Red flags that may indicate that the recommendations you’re getting are probably not by a credible source + MORE!
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