Health at Every Size® (HAES) is a growing framework of care in many health care settings. However, weight discrimination continues to exist, and fatphobia can adversely impact patients. Communities of color, in particular, experience disproportionate effects of fatphobia, with certain cultural foods unfairly labeled as unhealthy. HAES advocates for a holistic perspective on health and challenges the conventional weight-focused approach. Implementing key principles of HAES can promote health equity, eliminate weight discrimination, and improve health care access for everyone, regardless of size. In S6E23, Mariam and Margaux reflect on their medical training as they explore the concept of HAES and its significance in addressing broader justice issues in medicine and patient care.