Orthorexia meaning

or·tho·rex·i·a
Excessive preoccupation with one's dietary choices, especially with regard to the purity or healthfulness of the foods one eats.
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(psychology) A fixation with healthy or righteous eating.
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Origin of orthorexia

  • From ortho- +‎ Ancient Greek ὄρεξις (oreksis). Modeled on anorexia.

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