Food or Fiction: Are the Latest Diet Trends Healthy or Hype – BEXLIFE

Food or Fiction: Are the Latest Diet Trends Healthy or Hype – BEXLIFE


I’ve witnessed so many women get wrapped up in “health” trends of the moment.

From magazine articles to national news segments, these health trends seem to come out of nowhere and take over. (Remember, coconut water wasn’t a “thing” until a few years ago.)

But have you ever stopped to ask yourself: Are these trends truly healthy, or all hype?

Food or Fiction: Get the Facts on the Latest Diet Trends

In the food industry, when a new health product goes mainstream, every company wants to cash in, ­­regardless of whether or not they believe in the product’s hype.

More often than not, a degraded version of the healthy “food of the moment” is created by these companies, leaving you with a beautifully­-packaged, yet low­-quality product.

And let’s be honest­­—we’re busy ladies and don’t always have the time to read every single food label. So we get caught up in believing that these companies have our best interests at heart, when the opposite tends to be true.

Can you relate?

I used to be all about those protein bars when I worked out… then I realized that I was pretty much canceling out all the benefits of the workout by loading up on sugar and empty calories.

Today, I want to introduce you to a woman on a mission who wants you to question what you’re told, because the truth is: These seemingly “healthy” food products could be sabotaging your well-being and weight loss goals without you even realizing it.

She’s helped hundreds of women pull back the curtain on these foods, and now they can go to the grocery store with a completely different mindset and confidence in their food choices that they didn’t have before.

I want the same for you, too, so watch this video now.


DISCLAIMER: This post/video is designed for educational and/or informational purposes only and should not be used in any other manner. This information is not intended to substitute informed medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified health care provider. A consultation with your health care professional is the proper method to address your health concerns. You are encouraged to consult your health care provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.


  1. Sharday Cota on April 21, 2021 at 5:14 pm

    aaaaamaaaaziiing .perfectly said

  2. Pixie P on April 21, 2021 at 5:15 pm

    I Love watching your videos I’m 23 and I feel likthe message you convey is not being imposed and not forced on your audience, your way of delivering is so maternal and soft I feel the need to listen to you. Like all your videos are so informative and fun(workouts) and genuine!!!
    Keep up the brilliant work
    Much love!xxxx

  3. KasumiKriss on April 21, 2021 at 5:32 pm

    I always facepalm when people say yeah the sugars in cake, cookies, and donuts heheehe. The problem there is the fat combined with the sugar. Skip the processed foods and eat whole foods indeed 🙂

  4. Eskapismus on April 21, 2021 at 5:38 pm

    I really love coconut oil for its delicious smell and taste and I also like to use it for my hair and skin.
    But I wonder why it is so frequently promoted despite the large amounts of saturated fatty acids.

  5. XtinaLucia on April 21, 2021 at 5:50 pm

    I was just craving a video from you!

  6. FunkyCigarettes on April 21, 2021 at 5:58 pm

    Sugar is not the enemy! I recomment reading the China Study or watching Forks over Knifes!