We’re taught from a young age that fatness and weight gain are inherently unhealthy. But research shows being fat is not itself unhealthy, and anti-fat bias is immeasurably harmful to our health. The Health At Every Size framework of care presents solutions. Reset digs into the barriers larger-bodied people face in medicine — and how that impacts every other part of their lives with Dr. Kate Johnson, interim chair of psychiatry at Loyola University, and Mikey Mercedes, writer and doctoral student at Brown University’s school of public health. Then Reset talks to Evette Dionne about her new memoir Weightless and confronting medical fatphobia.
Producer: Sarah Stark
Editor: Andrew Meriwether