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  • Do wellness bloggers know enough about wellness?
  • Do wellness bloggers know enough about wellness?
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Do wellness bloggers know enough about wellness?

Australian blogger Belle Gibson was publicly shamed in recent months for false claims that she’d cured herself of cancer through her diet. Though her secret’s out now, she made more than $1 million from her app, causing many to wonder just how qualified wellness bloggers are to tell us how to eat.

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