Deficit, disease and dysfunction. What happens when public health dietitians instead focus on strengths of individuals, families, communities, and organizations? Salutogenesis, that’s what. As authors Foley and Schubert (2013) state, “…acknowledging existing strengths before attempting to build new ones is an important complement to policy and structural changes towards social justice” (p. 22). Read this article and more here: Journal of Critical Dietetics.