Chicago Sun Times
We’ve all heard of “clean eating” and how it’s supposed to give us picture-perfect health.
There’s obviously nothing wrong with striving to eat mostly less-processed foods and cooking from scratch more often. But, for some people, the quest to clean up their diet can veer into a problematic preoccupation with what they are putting on their plate.
In a disordered eating condition referred to as orthorexia nervosa, there is a preoccupation with eating healthy and only consuming foods someone considers to be clean, says Alexis Conason, a New York clinical psychologist and author of “The Diet-Free Revolution.”
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