Celebrity endorsement of wellness trends truly jumped the shark with the news that the wholesome lifestyle guru Martha Stewart plans to link with leading cannabis company Canopy Growth to develop and market a range of CBD products.
In the past month alone, we’ve been worrying whether the ketogenic diet can lead to unsavory body odor, digesting the idea burned toast can give us cancer and staying up all night wondering if moon milk can really help us sleep better.
Far too often the debate surrounding the issue of wellness is focused on social media opinions, not those of healthcare professionals.
The high-fat, low-carb diet is the celebrity weight loss program of the moment.
Keto devotee Al Roker said Michaels was full of “bad ideas” and presenter Andy Cohen called her “a jackhole.”
The argument went national and multimedia without physicians or nutritionists weighing in.