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      Anti-Diet presents a cogent description (supported by peer-reviewed articles, personal experience, and expert interviews) of the financial, emotional, and social costs of our nation's fixation on weight (a phenomenon the author calls the diet culture). The author (a registered dietitian and journalist) thoughtfully critiques how diets (whether focused on weight loss, health, or wellness) paradoxically result in undermining efforts to achieve a life worth living. She challenges readers to reframe the discussion of weight status as a social justice issue. This approach, similar to the underpinnings of Health at Every Size,

      Association for Size Diversity and Health. HAES Principles. https://sizediversityandhealth.org/content.asp?id=76. Accessed October 13, 2020.

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      1. Association for Size Diversity and Health. HAES Principles. https://sizediversityandhealth.org/content.asp?id=76. Accessed October 13, 2020.