With the rise of social media and the growing popularity of ‘clean eating’, it can be difficult to know what to believe when it comes to nutritional advice. Everywhere you look, there is a news article, a tweet or a Facebook post focusing on ‘the latest diet secret’. But how healthy is this trend?
While the growing interest in health and well-being is incredibly positive, there is a lot of information and mixed opinions. Not everything we read has been scientifically proven, yet we still believe it to be true, especially if a celebrity has endorsed the claim.
Every single one of us are unique, and so our diets and lifestyles need to be tailored to us individually. In order to be healthy and well, we need to build a healthy relationship with ourselves, as well as with food.
Below, we explore the steps we take to boost self-confidence, develop self-love and trust our bodies.