Understanding “Healthism”: Why All Food is Good {WellSeek, Feb 27, 2018}


Do you find yourself pitting foods against each other by labelling them “good” vs “bad”, “clean” vs “dirty”, or “real” vs “fake” based on their perceived nutrient content or degree of processing? There is an official term for this:

Healthism, which means placing a moral value on the pursuit of health and wellness, usually with a touch of perfectionism.

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February 27, 2018

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