The questions behind all those new Columbia-area ‘nutrition’ shops selling shakes and teas – Charleston Post Courier

Colorful teas and meal replacement shakes with alluring health benefits all over social media draw customers to new smoothie stores that are popping up around Columbia. But what’s really behind

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Updated: June 12, 2022 @ 5:19 pm

Lina and Mike Starinki, owner/operators of Feeling Good Nutrition in Lexington, S.C., open for business early Saturday, April 30 2022. In addition to selling a full line of Herbalife products, Lina also leads a number of fitness classes like yoga and cardio drumming. Photo by Thomas Hammond/special to the Free Times.

A handful of shakes and teas from Feeling Good Nutrition in Lexington, S.C. Photo by Thomas Hammond/special to the Free Times Photo by Thomas Hammond/special to the Free Times

Smoothies with Herbalife products are blended at Feeling Good Nutrition in Lexington, S.C. Photo by Thomas Hammond/special to the Free Times

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