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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF THEBITINGTRUTH
69.9% of thebitingtruth's followers are female and 30.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.30%. The average number of likes per post is 568 and the average number of comments is 18.
37.6% of the followers that engaged with thebitingtruth regularly are from Australia, followed by Canada at 6.4% and Italy at 4.8%. In summary, the top 5 countries of thebitingtruth's posts engager are coming from Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, United States.
Thebitingtruth loves posting about Events, Food, Health, Recipes, Cooking, Food & Drink, Health & Fitness.
Check thebitingtruth's audience demography. This analytics report shows thebitingtruth's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR THEBITINGTRUTH
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF THEBITINGTRUTH
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 90.51 %
- Fitness & Yoga 89.08 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 71.54 %
- Art & Design 71.49 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 66.08 %
- Children & Family 61.66 %
- Beauty & Fashion 60.38 %
- Home & Garden 41.08 %
- Travel & Tourism 36.03 %
- Entertainment 35.06 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF THEBITINGTRUTH
- Australia 37.6 %
- Canada 6.4 %
- Italy 4.8 %
- Japan 4 %
- United States 3.2 %
😁EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT😁 • You may have seen the little (big!) announcement on our stories today, but incase you missed it... we’re super excited to announce that we have teamed up with @igaaustralia as their dietitians! • We are so proud to have the opportunity to partner with an incredible Aussie company that is customer focused and supports local Australian producers! Over the next few months we will be sharing some epic content (articles, videos etc) via the brand new IGA Locals Matter platform. They have a bunch of healthy recipes, nutritional info & more ( you can check it out via the link in our bio!)🥳.
Tofu bowl or Buddha bowl..call it what you want, this bowl is packed with so many delicious flavours and textures - each bite is legit like a little party in the mouth🥳😂... and the best part is that it is entirely plant based!🌱 • We’re big fans of making food delicious without making it complicated or expensive. If you need some recipe inspiration to excite your tastebuds and boost your health make sure you check out our Flexitarian Cookbook (link in bio).
Extra virgin olive oil vs. rice bran vs. canola • Which oil should you cook with? • 💚Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) is the highest grade of olive oil (first cold pressed) – it is high in antioxidants and is trans fat free. 💚Canola Oil contains 10 x more trans fats than EVOO. 💚Canola Oil does not contain significant amounts of natural antioxidant. 💚Rice bran oil has a large proportion of both saturated fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids. 💚Rice bran is rich in just one antioxidant (oryzanol), which has not been studied extensively for health benefits in humans. 💚Rice bran may contain some levels of trans fats. • 💡Key Takeaway: extra virgin olive oil is the healthiest oil to cook with on a regular basis. This is based on the fat profile (it is made up mostly of unsaturated fatty acids), the antioxidant content (it has more antioxidants than any other oil) and the smoke point (i.e. you can use in any cooking up to 210 degrees celsius). • Of course if you like to use rice bran or canola occasionally that is perfectly fine, however, if you're looking for the health benefits, you're best going with evoo 👌.
What an absolute genius! 🍞🤓🙌
DAY ON A PLATE • Working from home has many of us eating too much - and not always the healthiest foods! We like to share examples of our day on a plate to give you some ideas of what you could be eating and snacking on while working from home🙂. • We're not saying you MUST eat these foods to be healthy, but rather are trying to provide some inspiration. Many of the recipes we cook are from our cookbook, so if you're looking for guaranteed healthy and delicious recipes then we'd highly recommend checking it out (see link in bio)👆. • Here's what we've got: ✅BF: Zucchini Fritters (from Flexitarian Cookbook) ✅MT: Greek yoghurt with strawberries ✅L: Turmeric rice buddah bowl ✅D: Chicken Pie (from Flexitarian Cookbook) ✅S: Blackbean brownie & handful of blueberries
Confused as to what bread you should be eating?🍞 • To make things a little easier and help you choose the healthiest bread, we’ve summarised what you should consider when choosing a bread, what the different varieties means and shared some of our top bread recommendations 👍. • ✅Look for the words ‘wholegrain’ or ‘whole’ on the packaging. Aim to choose a bread that contains at least 51% wholegrains. ✅ Look for breads where you can visibility see the seeds. ✅Breads can contain a lot of sodium. A low-sodium bread contains less than 120mg of sodium per 100g, but most breads don’t meet this. Look for breads that contain less than 500mg of sodium per 100g. ✅Aim for a bread that contains at least 5g of fibre per 100g. • Remember, don’t feel like you have to stick to the same bread each week. In fact we recommend that our clients mix it up as this will provide your body with different types of fibre!
Would you like to cut down on your intake of meat but not sure where to start? This was us not too long ago, which is why we decided to create a cookbook to help transition you over to a more plant-based lifestyle. We still enjoy meat and other animal products, just in smaller quantities🙂. • Our cookbook has over 45 delicious, healthy home cooked meals👩🍳! They are all full of flavour and simple enough to whip up regardless of your cooking skills. • One of our favs is this LENTIL BOLOGNESE. It's loaded with so much plant-based goodness.❤️❤️❤️
Our favourite Tahini Cookies...probably one of the BEST things to come out of 2020 😂❣️ These friggen delicious tahini choc chip cookies can be found in our Flexitarian Cookbook - check it out via the link in our bio! We've just released an entirely updated and brand spanking new version of the cookbook - so make sure you get your hands on a copy NOW. 👏
This beautiful gal is getting MARRIED TOMORROW!!! Yiewwwww💗💗💗
DAY ON A PLATE • We definitely have foods and meals that we love but our days on a plate rarely look the same. We're huge fans of mixing up what we eat because it keeps our diet interesting and enjoyable! We love the squeezy yo pro yoghurts as they are high in protein and have no added sugars and make a super convenient snack at work👍. • Here's what we've got: ✅BF: Sourdough bread with avo, boiled egg and tomatoes ✅MT: 2 delicious homemade oat cookies ✅L: Veggie stir fry with soba noodles ✅AT: YoPro squeezy yoghurt and some homemade dip with veggie sticks and crackers ✅D: Prawn rice paper rolls with homemade hoisin dipping sauce • Ps this is not a sponsored post, just sharing products and meals we love and regularly eat! 😍
One of the perks of our work is getting to eat the food we cook up! 🥳 Here we are tucking into our delicious Veggie San Choy Bow recipe! Such an easy one to whip up and it does not skimp on flavour😍🤤! IGTV coming soon for this recipe!
TURMERIC RICE SALAD WITH CHICKPEAS🌈 • Who knew adding a dash of turmeric when cooking up a batch of rice could make it taste so good😍! It's definitely salad season here in Australia and this recipe is one you need to add to your repertoire! It's light, fresh and delicious! • Serves 2 • Ingredients ✅1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil ✅3/4 cup uncooked basmati rice ✅1 tsp @mccormick_aus Organic Turmeric ✅2 cups salt reduced chicken stock ✅1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved ✅2 tbsp kalamata olives, sliced ✅3 cups baby spinach ✅1 x 400g can chickpeas, drained & rinsed ✅1/2 small Lebanese cucumber, sliced ✅2 tbsp fresh parsley, roughly chopped ✅1/4 cup feta cheese, crumbled ✅Balsamic vinegar, to serve ✅Extra virgin olive oil, to serve ✅Lemon wedge, to serve • Method 1️⃣To make the turmeric rice, heat a drizzle of olive oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the rice and gently stir until rice begins to brown. Add the @McCormick_aus Organic Turmeric then slowly add the chicken stock. Bring to a boil then turn the heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes or until well cooked. Remove from the heat and fluff with a fork. 2️⃣Once the rice has cooled, divide rice between 2 bowls and add tomatoes, olives, baby spinach, chickpeas, cucumber, parsley and feta cheese. 3️⃣Drizzle balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil and lemon over salad. Season with salt and pepper and enjoy!
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