Deze man drijft de spot met de gezondheidshype op zijn hilarische Instagramaccount

Deze man drijft de spot met de gezondheidshype op zijn hilarische Instagramaccount

Op het Instagramaccount van de Britse Edward Lane vind je geen gezonde recepten en sportfoto’s. Met patat en kip reageert hij op alle ‘gezondheidsgoeroes’.

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Edward noemt zichzelf een ongekwalificeerde trainer en onwetende diëtist.

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Na anderhalf jaar foto’s gemaakt te hebben van zijn supergezonde vriendin voor haar Instagramaccount, besloot Edward dat het tijd was om zelf een account te beginnen. En hij geeft met zijn foto’s menig influencer het nakijken.

Edward zegt dat hij de spot drijft met influencers die denken dat ze beter zijn dan iedereen en doen alsof ze heel gezond zijn – terwijl ze alleen de schijn ophouden om te profiteren van gratis producten. Daarnaast loopt de volgens hem “alarmerende gezondheidstrend op Instagram” uit de hand en maakt hij zijn foto’s als reactie daarop.

PROGRESS // On the left - unhealthy. On the right - healthy. At the start of the year I thought the only way to get abs was being restrictive with my diet. Pizza was on the menu - but only in bite size pieces. And, as you can see from the look on my face, I wasn't happy about it! And then all of a sudden I discovered the WHOLE FOODS DIET. Before that I never knew what whole foods really meant - and then I realised it just meant ALL OF IT. And I've not looked back since. For months I'd been enviously scrolling Instagram seeing lean influencers photographing and talking about all the amazing treats they squeeze into their nutrition plans - doughnuts, popcorn, chocolate, peanut butter, chocolate AND peanut butter - while still looking fantastic. Initially I thought they were all a bunch of phoney liars. Taking a picture of doughy goodness before turning to a plate of leaves. But now I know that, contrary to some people's concerns, everything you see on social media is genuine and real *breathes sigh of relief* And it turns out there's some science behind it too. Research conducted by the esteemed Dr Oetker - an expert in the field - found that refusing to slice up your pizza and eating it whole means your body has to work harder to break it down. This slowing of digestion prevents the insulin spikes associated with weight gain and helps you to feel fuller for longer, preventing snacking. Now that's what I call an upper crust health tip! Lunch, anyone?

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FULL DISCLOSURE // OK, so my stag do wasn't as wellness as I thought. But if there's one thing I've learned from the amazing people on here it's that I'm not going to beat myself up about it. 50 pints in a weekend with your mates is nothing to be ashamed of. It was 💯. Did you know in just a few days your liver can reboot itself? Our bodies are amazing. And while most of the time it's our job to look after them. Right now I'm asking it to look after me! So hear I am. Owning it. I may have lost a couple of abs, but downing this nutritious red juice is helping me through my hangover and helping me get back on track for the week ahead. Wish me luck! Oh, and I've been away from the 'gram for too long!! Im sorry. I'm sure you've all missed me 😘

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Bron: Mashable | Foto: Instagram

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