"While orthorexia rarely causes major health problems, it regularly leads to social exclusion and alienation"
Orthorexia is an extreme obsession with eating healthy foods. The word is modelled on the term for the well-known eating disorder anorexia, where orexis is the Greek word for ‘appetite’ and the prefix an indicates ‘without’. In this case an is replaced by ortho, from the Greek orthos means ‘correct’. The term was first coined in 1997
A silver mine in Joachimstal (now in the Czech Republic) began minting a coin in 1519 called the 'Joachimstaler'. This became the 'taler' which the Germans called a 'daler' and we call the DOLLAR