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Diet culture is scary. Even the word “diet” can send a shiver up our spine. We’ve been conditioned to believe that dieting is all about cutting out our favorite foods, tedious meal-prepping, never ordering out, working out every day and pushing through the hardships rather than enjoying the ride. And if our results don’t look the same as someone else’s? Automatic failure.
It’s time we all expand our definition of good health. It doesn’t have to mean just one thing. We’re all different people, after all. And that’s exactly why the “anti-diet” is starting to make waves. What if, instead of focusing so much on weight loss and a body that’s impossible without Photoshop, there were a different way to approach a long-term lifestyle change