Jelena Djokovic, wife of tennis star Novak Djokovic, is actually a graduate economist. As such, she is well qualified to work as the managing director of the Novak Djokovic Foundation for children and school education in her Serbian homeland.
Recently, the 33-year-old is also among the medical profession. However, her health tips on Instagram should shake heads in specialist circles. Ms. Djokovic claims that dental problems have a negative impact on women’s fertility. “Caries and gum disease have a bad impact on women’s fertility. And nowadays many women have problems getting pregnant, »says Jelena. That is why she recommends salt water and baking powder rinses for oral hygiene to her over 500,000 followers.
Jelena apparently finds inspiration for her adventurous thesis in the books by Nadine Artemis. For more than an hour, the tennis wife and self-proclaimed beauty philosopher talk in a video chat about various naturopathic practices. Your tip for the Badi season: stay away from conventional sun creams. «Avoid sunscreens with sun protection factors. They prevent the production of vitamin D, which is so important for our health, »says hobby medic Djokovic. For skin treatment before and after sunbathing, she prefers to swear by natural products such as olive or coconut oil.
Jelena counters criticism
With her statements – especially those about fertility – Jelena Djokovic triggers a classic shit storm in the Instagram comment column. The criticism is so damning that Jelena feels compelled to comment on the Serbian portal “Blic”. “My conversation with Nadine Artemis about dental health caused a stir in public,” she writes and defends herself: “Did I say: ‘Hey women, does caries heal and the baby is coming in spring?!› Of course not. ” Rather, she wanted to discuss opinions that are not mainstream. «If I’m not curious and don’t ask questions, diversity in our world is under threat. That’s why I don’t give up, but try to grow and learn new things. »
In this endeavor, Jelena Djokovic has already slipped into the world of untruths. Recently, one of her Instagram videos was officially labeled as fake news. In it, a doctor claims that 5G technology would affect the corona pandemic. (cmü)