The Insta-Food Diet: How Social Media has Shaped the Way We Eat (Hardback)Pixie Turner (author)
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We are obsessed with social media
We share pictures of our food and inspect what everyone else is eating, compare calories and macros, and get involved in wacky and dangerous food challenges. We think we're in control but most of us have no idea how much of an impact it has.
Did you realise that posting pics of your meal can actually make it taste better? That #cleaneating is giving you anxiety? That the influencers you follow are actually shaping government policy around food?
Pixie Turner is here to arm you with everything you need to know to take back control - and make social media work for you.
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 210 x 130 mm
'Pixie Turner manages to strip away the bullshit that surrounds diet and health, replacing it with facts, balance and a long overdue call to re-engage with food. This is the book that the world of wellness desperately needs' Anthony Warner, the Angry Chef.
'A manifesto for happy, sensible eating: to encourage us to respect science, to relax and, crucially, to find pleasure in food' Stella magazine.
'Pixie's book is a much needed breath of fresh air. She writes honestly and from the heart' -- Dr Anjali Mahto
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