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Woman parodies insufferable clean eating Instagram posts, nails it

If there’s one thing worse than feeling guilty about your diet of beer, pizza, and artery-troubling burgers, it’s someone on social media smugging one off about their clean eating. 

Thank the lord then for London-based comedian Deliciously Stella - real name Bella Younger  - whose none-too-subtle parodies of clean food bloggers have made her an unconventional star of Instagram. Inspired by the ludicrous number of avocados on the Instagram feed, anyone with a clean-living friend on social media will know exactly who she's spoofing. To good health indeed.

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