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Health at Every Size is an approach to healthcare that affirms what research demonstrates: the size of someone’s body is not an accurate predictor of their health. While many healthcare professionals make assumptions based on the way an individual looks, HAES-aligned professionals, like me, affirm that health is multifaceted, complex, and in many cases, afforded more to those with racial, economic, or social privilege (see CDC resource: Social determinates of health or this visual version with links to source data).

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