For me it'd be Instagram models and influencers with no certificate in personal training or a biology-related degree, trying to give people false information about diet and exercises (and now I'm not saying EVERY personal trainer with a certificate will give you good fitness and nutrition advice, what I'm saying is there are uneducated/uncertified people out there doing the job the WRONG way and people actually follow them just because they are attractive). A huge amount of those uncertified/uneducated fitness influencers have been making false claims with the purpose of getting naive people into buying their expensive fitness program. An example would be Alexis Ren. Don't get me wrong, I love Alexis Ren, I just don't think she is qualified to charge people $44 a month for her bias program.Tbh the number one on the list of bias fitness and nutrition advice would be Chloe Ting. No hate towards her, but if she's so passionate about fitness then she should educate herself and get a degree/a certificate or at least educate herself. Giving her followers bias advice is a huge red flag (coming from someone who knows just enough to point out her bullshit) And again, I don't hate or trying to defame her, I'm just saying people with huge followers should never spread false health information since it is harmful and misleading. And to be clear, she is not the only one doing that.
How could i even forgot to mentioned freelee. Her diet is THE ABSOLUTE WORST. I tried HCLF and i was so fucked.