Why You Should Never Take Nutrition Advice from Your Favourite Influencer

Yes, even the ones with perfectly toned six-packs

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You’ve likely heard of the fascinating phenomenon called the Dunning-Kruger effect. It’s a cognitive bias where individuals with relatively little knowledge in a specific area grossly overestimate their ability to speak on the subject. Arguably, fitness…

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Foodie and freelancer with a passion for running in circles (400m circles, to be exact.)

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