A study showed this tactic led to people consuming less, but that’s because this framing encourages disordered eating and an unhealthy relationship with food.
The corner of the internet that chronicles meticulous diets and “clean eating” regimens is still a petri dish for orthorexia.
My eating disorder had once looked very different, and then I found wellness—but I was not well.
Orthorexia is defined as an obsession with healthy foods. In the age of raw food diets and Instagramming each of your meals as you #eatclean, it's becoming increasingly common—and dangerous.
A "healthy eating" anxiety disorder known as Orthorexia can ruin your health, sex life, and make you cry about fruit.
Girls' Zosia Mamet became the latest celebrity to share her struggle with an eating disorder this week. Author and previous anorexia sufferer Emma Woolf explains how important this public "coming out" is.
An offshoot of Silicon Valley’s ‘Quantified Self movement’, biohackers are using technology to precisely track what they consume and how it affects them. They don’t just want to look good; they seek peak physical and mental performance. But where is...