Diet culture is rife in our everyday lives. Whether it’s in magazines, adverts and social media, or even on the food packaging itself. What we ‘should’ and ‘shouldn’t’ eat is everywhere.
Fitness and food bloggers and social influencers are on the rise. Yet so is obesity, with recent findings suggesting that Britain is now the most obese nation in Western Europe (63% of UK adults being overweight).
Why are obesity rates rising, despite there also being a huge surge in wellness, fitness and health-related content?
Are we fighting against what we’re being told, due to the sheer volume of information?
How do we know whether we have a healthy relationship with food, or if we’re falling victim to negative diet culture?
There is so much information available, and much of it conflicting. It’s understandable that the topic of health and diet can be...