Wednesday, 18 March 2020

Food, advertising and trying too hard for wellbeing

1. Fitness foods may give the false (subconscious?) impression that they are a substitute for exercise - hence making the purchasers less fit!
food advertising versus children health

http://bit.ly/1TbHG1B

study author JΓΆrg KΓΆnigstorfer, chair of sport and health management at Technische UniversitΓ€t MΓΌnchen in Germany. “Don’t rely on these misleading labels.”

heart healthy food, ask your heart (feelings) what to eat

2. Orthorexia nervosa, is emerging as a dangerous eating disorder. People start out avoiding some of the foods that potentially did them the most damage, but become overly concerned with 'nutritional value'.

http://bit.ly/1CgX2he

Five warning signs to look out for are given in the article at cheatsheet.com


Similar posts include
  free advertising using twittercard
corporations try to seel what we dont need
healthy exercise - promote it, but DO IT too!

summary as a tweet:

#OverThinking can be a curse when pursuing a #HealthyFood diet (Orthorexia nervosa).
Good food = #joy, pleasure, health and vibrant #colours.
regular varied #exercise is the perfect complement to quality food.

ENJOY :)

http://gnu.pjf.org.uk/2020/03/food-advertising-and-trying-too-hard.html


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