Individuals have become married to nutritional philosophies to the point where it’s sacrilege to have any other opposing view.
Dietary sectarianism has led to clan affiliations and chauvinistic behaviour with a confirmation bias and unhealthy attachment to self-imposed food laws.
This tribal-like behaviour segregates and leads to disharmony.
The narrow-minded, bigotry approach refrains new data that challenges their fostered views from being integrated into practice and becomes a self-limiting behaviour.
Rather than compartmentalising views, a collective approach in developing awareness of the benefits and validations each viewpoint has enables a complete, holistic, and empathic understanding of human nature and the betterment of health.