What do BMI, diet-culture, and anti-fatness have in common? They’re all rooted in white supremacy. On this episode of Do No Harm, we’re joined by two guests: Safiya Osei and Sicily McLaughlin who share their personal experiences with anti-fatness and offer perspectives on the intersection of fatphobia, anti-Blackness, and health inequity. Join us as we discuss topics like the racist origins of diet science and desirability; the effect of anti fatness on the clinical encounter; and why food apartheids and class inequities must be dismantled to achieve health justice for all. Check out additional resources about this topic as well as a transcript for this episode on donoharmhrk.wordpress.com.

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