Can Social Media Improve Your Diet?

Social media isn't just about selfies – it can influence how you eat.

A new study shows following healthy eating accounts led people to eat more fruits and vegetables.

They also consumed fewer unhealthy snacks and sugary drinks.

Researchers think it's because of the social connection – feeling part of a healthy community.

This has major implications for public health, with many people not getting enough fruits and veggies.

Social media could be a tool to encourage positive eating habits, especially for younger generations.

More research is needed, but it's a promising start.

Could following the right accounts help you make healthier choices?

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