Scientists warn that obsession with eating healthily can be bad for your health.
Experts reported that those who worry about their purity of meals or deny themselves entire food groups are risking their physical and mental well-being and rise in such extreme behavior is known as orthorexia nervosa.
Middle class, well-educated and above 30 year aged individuals are the sufferers of orthorexia nervosa.
The ‘rules’ vary from person to person, but the drive to eat only the healthiest foods can lead to sugar, salt, caffeine, alcohol, wheat, gluten, yeast, soya, corn and dairy foods being eliminated from the diet.
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