If you’re a human being on the internet (especially as a woman), you’ve probably seen an influencer or two promoting a product that’s supposed to help make you a better, healthier version of yourself — teas and shakes that promise a “flat tummy,” anyone? But it’s a sad reality that a ton of these products disguised as good for you are often neutral at best, and actually bad for you at worst. And when a wellness product doesn’t actually do anything to make you better off, it’s not an investment in your health — it’s a scam.
Over on the TFD YouTube channel this week, Chelsea gets real about several purchases we may think are healthy, but are actually just schemes to get us to spend. Of course, there are plenty of caveats — while taking a multivitamin without doing any research into the specific product or reasons you should maybe take it is not the best idea, doctor-recommended vitamin routines are a different story. Head over to the TFD YouTube channel to hear more!
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