While certainly any behavior or habit can be taken to extreme, clarityne I agree with this article that the APA's so called "disorders" and classifications have been taken to the extreme over the years themselves, clarityne not to mention they have proven to be quite profitable extremes.  Now Choosing Healthy Foods Called a "Mental Disorder"? (NaturalNews) "In its never-ending attempt to fabricate "mental disorders" out of every human activity, clarityne the psychiatric industry is now pushing the most ridiculous disease they've invented yet: Healthy eating disorder. This is no joke: If you focus on eating healthy foods, clarityne you're "mentally diseased" and probably need some sort of chemical treatment involving powerful psychotropic drugs. The Guardian newspaper reports, clarityne "Fixation with healthy eating can be sign of serious psychological disorder" and goes on to claim this "disease" is called orthorexia nervosa -- which is basically just Latin for "nervous about correct eating." But they can't just call it "nervous healthy eating disorder" because that doesn't sound like they know what they're talking about. So they translate it into Latin where it sounds smart (even though it isn't). That's where most disease names come from: Doctors just describe the symptoms they see with a name like osteoporosis (which means "bones with holes in them"). Getting back to this fabricated "orthorexia" disease, clarityne the Guardian goes on to report, clarityne "Orthorexics commonly have rigid rules around eating. Clarityne Refusing to touch sugar, clarityne salt, clarityne caffeine, clarityne alcohol, clarityne wheat, clarityne gluten, clarityne yeast, clarityne soya, clarityne corn and dairy foods is just the start of their diet restrictions. Any foods that have come into contact with pesticides, clarityne herbicides or contain artificial additives are also out." Wait a second. So attempting to avoid chemicals, clarityne dairy, clarityne soy and sugar now makes you a mental health patient? Yep. Clarityne According to these experts. If you actually take special care to avoid pesticides, clarityne herbicides and genetically modified ingredients like soy and sugar, clarityne there's something wrong with you. But did you notice that eating junk food is assumed to be "normal?" If you eat processed junk foods laced with synthetic chemicals, clarityne that's okay with them. The mental patients are the ones who choose organic, clarityne natural foods, clarityne apparently. What is "normal" when it comes to foods? I told you this was coming.." To read more of the article go to:  to read the Guardian piece and source in question go to: to read the Guardian piece and source in question go to: