The Wellness Trap - Break Free from Diet Culture, Disinformation, and Dubious Diagnoses  and Find Your True Well-Being (lydbok) av Christy Harrison
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Christy Harrison takes a deep dive into the problematic nature of the wellness industry. "It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle." You've probably heard this phrase from any number of people and companies in the wellness space to distance themselves from what has become a four-letter word. But, as Christy Harrison, author of the revolutionary book Anti-Diet, will reveal in her latest book, the wellness industry is simply the modern guise of diet culture. In this new age of wellness, many famous …

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Undertittel Break Free from Diet Culture, Disinformation, and Dubious Diagnoses and Find Your True Well-Being
Forfattere Christy Harrison (forfatter), Christy Harrison (oppleser)
Forlag Yellow Kite
Utgitt 27 april 2023
Lengde 9:58
Sjanger Helse og livsstil, Dokumentar og fakta
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781529389128
Christy Harrison takes a deep dive into the problematic nature of the wellness industry. "It's not a diet, it's a lifestyle." You've probably heard this phrase from any number of people and companies in the wellness space to distance themselves from what has become a four-letter word. But, as Christy Harrison, author of the revolutionary book Anti-Diet, will reveal in her latest book, the wellness industry is simply the modern guise of diet culture. In this new age of wellness, many famous figures have cashed in on the same underpinnings of diet culture that disproportionately harm women and people of colour and are often derived from the cultural traditions of Indigenous peoples, and ultimately don't actually promote health. The Wellness Trap goes beyond demystifying what's wrong with the wellness world and delves into the persistent, systemic problems of the industry and especially its effects on marginalized populations and the social determinants of health. As we experience a growing amount of physical and mental-health trauma, society has become increasingly vulnerable to bogus ideas about health for which conventional medicine lacks satisfying treatments. Weaving together history, memoir, reporting, and practical advice with a deft hand, Harrison leads the way in a radical re-thinking of wellness and provides a vision-and a roadmap-to create a truly health-promoting society. (P)2023 Hachette Audio