Anna, Anna, and Elizabeth discuss how a proliferation of problematic and sometimes outright false nutrition information on social media makes it increasingly difficult for parents and teens to discern good nutrition information from bad.
- he problem with popular accounts that claim they’re anti-diet, weight inclusive, and aligned with Responsive Feeding, but a closer look reveals that their content is not actually aligned with these principals.
- How brief sound bites such as those on Tik Tok and IG Reels aren’t sufficient to provide feeding advice.
- The problem with messages suggesting that some foods are better than others, and the negative impact thiscan have on parents and kids.
- How encouraging parents to talk to children about food in ways that are not age appropriate only serves to confuse kids.