We are always looking for the latest news in health and wellness. Today we share the experience of a Fit Mom dealing with Instagram backlash, how often should you post on Instagram, and the science behind avo on toast.
When personal trainer Sia Cooper was six months pregnant with her daughter, Everly, she posted a photo to Instagram-of her six-pack abs. The backlash was swift and severe; Cooper began receiving death threats. And the criticism didn’t stop after that single post-in the years to come, she got flack for taking selfies, having tattoos and piercings, even for posting (fun!)
It’s Sunday morning, and you’re sitting down for an après-yoga outdoor brunch. As you scan the menu, you see delish, healthy options right and left ( protein pancakes! omelettes! oats!). But despite the wealth of mouthwatering choices, you just can’t resist ordering nutrient-rich avocado toast for the 900th time.
What’s the biggest question you have about leveraging Instagram to market your business? Sure, maybe you’re trying to figure out how to take better photos. Or, perhaps you’re wondering what hashtags you should be using. Heck, maybe you’re still trying to wrap your arms around what hashtags even are.
GIFs on Instagram Stories are seriously trending, but did you know that you can create Instagram Stories GIFs for your brand, too? Beyond just being a ton of fun, businesses can also use Instagram Stories GIFs to draw attention to important elements in your Instagram Stories, like a call-to-action or the swipe-up button.
It’s widely known that our love of red meat is wrecking the planet. Animal agriculture accounts for around 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Slowly, the food and restaurant industries are starting to acknowledge the need to move away from red meat. Demand for vegan and vegetarian food increased 600% last year, and restaurants and suppliers took note.