This article is almost two years old but worth a look if you are unfamiliar with it.
The corporate, western medical establishment has invented a new mental disorder they call, “orthorexia nervosa.” They seek to pin this label on anybody intelligent and conscientious enough to have waded through the system’s stagnating morass of consumer health disinformation and come out the other side with open eyes and an understanding of the need to take a more proactive role in protecting their own health by actively pursuing a steady diet of healthier, non-toxic and highly nutritious foods.
The State sponsored psychiatrists who invented this new “disorder,” are in the pockets of the same Rockefeller medical fascists who promote DNA altering GMOs, the irradiation of fruits, vegetables and nuts before they hit store shelves, adding the known neurotoxin, fluoride, and other harmful chemicals to drinking water, insane regimens of highly toxic vaccines laced with mercury, MSG and formaldehyde for pregnant women and infants.
Cures for cancer have been known at least a century yet those cures remain suppressed while Rockefeller “medicine” continues to push poisonous radiation and chemotherapy as the only viable “treatments.” At its roots, cancer is an eating disorder. Nothing is a greater contributor to disease and poor health in general than terrible eating habits.
The establishment knows this and that’s why they do all they can to keep the western diet as devoid of nutrients and as unnatural and unhealthy as possible by pushing meat, dairy, bread, etc. instead of the organic, raw fruits and vegetables that the human body is intended for. The western diet we have been programmed since birth to embrace makes for guaranteed, lifelong customers dependent upon the multibillion dollar pharmaceutical industry. ~Shep
March 06, 2015 by: Mike Bundrant
(NaturalNews) In a world where meaning is malleable, you can twist the truth however you want. You can create a story to make worthwhile endeavors look bad. You can make harmful practices appear attractive.
The mental health system has recently taken a shot at making healthy food choices appear dangerous, if you can imagine, especially when those choices are your top priority.
Clinicians are actively diagnosing patients with orthorexia nervosa, the extreme desire to eat pure food.
This is not a parody. It’s actually happening.
If you have a strong desire to eat pure, uncontaminated food, then you could be suffering from a mental disorder per this new medical labeling trend.
According to the Guardian: Orthorexics commonly have rigid rules around eating. Refusing to touch sugar, salt, caffeine, alcohol, wheat, gluten, yeast, soy, corn and dairy foods is just the start of their diet restrictions. Any foods that have come into contact with pesticides, herbicides or contain artificial additives are also out.
Doctors and mental health professionals are very concerned, of course, as orthorexia nervosa seems to be ‘on the rise.’ Ursula Philpot, chairperson of the British Dietetic Association mental health division, was quoted as follows:
I am definitely seeing significantly more orthorexics than just a few years ago. Other eating disorders focus on quantity of food but orthorexics can be overweight or look normal. They are solely concerned with the quality of the food they put in their bodies, refining and restricting their diets according to their personal understanding of which foods are truly pure.
Philpot further asserts:
Those most susceptible are middle-class, well-educated people who read about food scares in the papers, research them on the internet, and have the time and money to source what they believe to be purer alternatives.
Are you with me? If you are well-educated, like to do your own research and eat only foods that you (all by yourself) determine to be healthy and pure, then it is safe to say that you are at risk for ‘catching’ orthorexia nervosa.
Yes, orthorexia, is something that you can catch like a disease, according to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA). On the NEDA website, they ask the questions: Why does someone get orthorexia? This positions orthorexia as capable of latching onto you like a cold.