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Episode #129: Top 4 Common Trends in the Fitness Industry That Cause More Harm than Good

Episode #129: Top 4 Common Trends in the Fitness Industry That Cause More Harm than Good

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When it comes to the fitness and weight loss industry, there is a TON of information and MIS information out there.

In this episode, I’m going to be discussing the TOP 4 trends out there in the fitness industry that could be causing us more harm than good. Trust me when I say I KNOW…I’ve been there, done that, promoted that, and then some. AND IF I ever tried to promote it to you, I apologize!

It really grinds my gears to hear and see these 4 things promoted left and right:

  1. Eating 1200 calories
  2. Taking supplements of magic shakes that are not needed and could cause more harm than good
  3. Being told calorie deficit is the ONLY way when most women are and have been undereating for way too long
  4. People who promote “weight loss” products just because they have used them and are now calling themselves health and fitness “influencers”

⁣So the advice while you think is helping…Is only hurting a generation of already confused women ⁣

REMEMBER: Health, weight loss, and body transformation is NOT one size fits all ⁣


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Hey there, I'm Melanie. I help women DITCH THE DIET MENTALITY and reclaim their health through mindful eating, hormone balancing, stress management, and digestive healing.

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