Wellness is a fundamental right of everybody. Wellness coaches, promoters, researchers are all important in the wellness ecosystem.
It’s a billion dollars business and rightly so. But it’s sacred too. Biased and thus corrupted misinformation should be banned.
Researches and some of them winning Nobel Prize are important source of information. Role of experts then are to communicate these findings to people in simple explanations and advices.
Such experts do well to personalise the expertise by offering coaching and practice sessions and charge for that. That’s alright and welcome.
But there could be instances where such experts with large following, adjust the concept to favour business lobby for extra money. This is dangerous. This could make the wellness efforts less efficient. This should be avoided and prevented.
We need honest advices. Participants should see the truth and adjust their routine to derive maximum benefits.
Be healthy, be happy!