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How to Break Up with Diet Culture

Overview of the Diet Culture

In general, the diet culture is the belief that people should focus more on body shape and appearance than on the general well-being. To control the body, the diet should be controlled by restricting how much and what to eat in the diet. Components of the diet culture typically categorize foods as bad or good and think of these products as something that you may or may not earn based on how you have exercised or eaten. Many followers also frequently join negative self-talks, have a low self-image, and have toxic thoughts about body apperances. [1]