How “Health Gurus” Trick You

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  1. I work at Starbucks, and we have a drink called a honey citrus mint tea. Customers often call this drink the “medicine ball”, and lots of people on the internet recommend it if you have a cold (it’s a combination of peach tea, mint tea, honey, and steamed lemonade). HOWEVER, us employees are given explicit instructions to NEVER call this drink medicine ball or make any claims about it having any medicinal value, which of course it doesn’t. It’s kind of sad that baristas are held to higher transparency standards than these health gurus with millions of followers.

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