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Stop Describing Your Diet as “Clean Eating”

BuzzFeed unveiled “a two-week detox plan that’s actually realistic” this week, and it made me want to throw a head of broccoli at my computer screen. Not because the menu is unappealing—the pictures and recipes appear delicious, actually. Not because the idea of detoxifying your body via a diet is a scam (although it is). Not because it proscribes caffeine and alcohol and provides 1,300 to 1,600 calories a day (which don’t exactly sound “realistic” to me). No, the thing that drives me crazy is that the plan is called the “BuzzFeed Food Clean Eating Challenge,” and “clean eating” is a meaningless term that does more harm than good to our discourse about food.

To be fair, BuzzFeed…

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