orthorexia

Videos
Experts warn against the dangers of so-called “clean eating.”
College
Was your last year of high school everything you wanted it to be and more? I'm going to take a shot in the dark and say, no.
Wellness
Today, with my average stomach and visible cellulite, I have more confidence and self-esteem than I ever have. I am in love, I own a thriving business, I have amazing friendships, I serve others, I invest in personal development and I realize that everything I need, all of the happiness I desire, is already inside of me.
Healthy Living
Everything in moderation -- even healthy foods.
Healthy Living
Eat well without sucking the fun out of the room.
Wellness
There is no more self-denial. There is no more fear. The building blocks of an eating disorder have been ambushed, demolished
Wellness
When you don't rotate your greens Although I don't follow a juice-only plan, I am a huge fan of green juices. However, it's
Wellness
Going vegan seemed like the answer to all my problems. I adopted the diet in my last semester of college, hoping to remedy
Women
In short: You are already enough. Right now. Right this second. And when you let that wash over you, when you feel yourself believing it, let yourself imagine what life would hold for you if you felt that way all the time.
Wellness
Eat What Nourishes -- always know that some vegetables are better than none. And enjoying what you eat truly nourishes mind
Wellness
There is a world of difference between someone who inherently fears and mistrusts food to the point where they jeopardize their health and someone who is well-informed and aware of what they put into their body.
Wellness
Working out every single day is good for you, right? For some women, it can become an unhealthy obsession.
Wellness
At the height of her obsession with healthy eating, Deborah Copeland was only consuming green juices or smoothies in the
Videos
Deborah Copeland joins HuffPost Live to explain how an obsession with being healthy hurt her social life.
Videos
Whether we are stocking up on "superfoods," swearing by juice cleanses or completely cutting out entire food groups, people go to extremes in the name of health. But could the obsession with being healthy actually be considered an eating disorder?
Wellness
For some, restrictive eating is a short-lived stage that ricochets into a junk food rebellion. Others find their way back to the middle of the road. But for many, this so-called "healthy" way of eating can become a true obsession and, at its most extreme, an eating disorder known as orthorexia.
Religion
I'm not telling you to go eat processed cheese, or that all food rules are bad and doomed to become pathological and isolating. It's just that there's more to food than just its ability to confer health, or even spiritual enlightenment.
Wellness
Is Orthorexia a real thing? Should anyone care about it? Or is it just another annoying attempt to medicalize and pathologize everything in the world?