‘Eating Healthy’ Is Now A Mental Disorder According To Officials?

By Joseph Giannotti | food

Oct 26

Yournewswire

salad.a6837f9fe69b34f5f81ec8a8_1920If you prefer eating healthy you must have an eating disorder known as“orthorexia nervosa”according to experts.

Psychiatry has green lighted a public relations push to spread awareness about their new buzzword “orthorexia nervosa”

The term has been defined as “a pathological obsession for biologically pure and healthy nutrition.”

In other words, experts are now telling us that our demand for nutrient-dense, healthy food is a mental disorder… that must be treated.

Global research reports:

CNN, Fast Company, Popular Science, and other top outlets have all began to trumpet the talking points on cue relatively recently:

Orthorexia nervosa is a label designated to those who are concerned about eating healthy. Characterized by disordered eating fueled by a desire for “clean” or “healthy” foods, those diagnosed with the condition are overly pre-occupied with the nutritional makeup of what they eat”.

In short, if you turn your back on low quality, corporate food containing known cancer causing toxic additives and a rich history of dishonesty rooted in a continuous “profits over people” modus operandi, then you may suffer from a mental illness. The cherry on top is that if you have the pseudo-science labeled disorder of orthorexia nervosa, you will be prescribed known toxic, pharmaceutical drugs from some of the same conglomerate corporations that you are trying to avoid by eating healthy in the first place.

Orthorexia has not yet found its way into the latest edition of the psychiatric bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), yet is commonly being lumped in with other eating disorders. Stepping back and looking at the ones pushing this label on us shows highly questionable motives.

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About the Author

Joseph Giannotti has over 25 years in the customer service field and a strong interest in marketing, health and good causes. He is currently working as a customer service rep for Polymer Technologies and spends most of his time with his new passion as a ride share driver.