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Can You Get Pregnant Following Anorexia?

For women, recovering from anorexia may mean coping with the repercussions of fertility complications. While often a consequence of eating disorders that is not discussed, body weight and size – as well as overall health and nutrition – can have a significant impact on a woman’s ability to get pregnant. Menstruation irregularities According to Vanderbilt …

Overeating Could Lead To Even More Eating

Eating too much food reduces the hormone levels that signal feelings of fullness in the brain, thereby leading to more eating, according to a new study conducted by Thomas Jefferson University researchers. The new study hopes to shed light on one of the reasons people put on extra weight. According to researchers, when the gut …

Protein Is Essential Energy Source In Diet

Protein is an essential source of energy in the diet, and also helps a person to maintain feeling satisfied or “full” for a longer period of time. This important diet component may actually be lacking or insufficient in some instances raising concerns that people are unaware of the benefits of protein in order to maintain …

Being Born In Spring May Increase Risk Of Developing Anorexia

A new study from the University of Oxford has found an association between being born in springtime months and later developing anorexia. The trial was a meta-analysis that pooled data from four cohorts of patients diagnosed with anorexia. The included including 1293 patients from the United Kingdom. Researchers found a disproportionate number of people diagnosed …

Is ‘Gluten Free’ Just Another Eating Disorder?

Everyone from Oprah to Dr. Oz has touted the benefits of a gluten-free diet. And while eliminating gluten from your meals was once a tactic strictly reserved for those with life-threatening Celiac disease, it’s now being promoted as a viable option for those who may be “non-Celiac gluten sensitive” — those who suffer from digestive …

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I just returned from presenting at the BEDA conference in Bethesda, Maryland.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with BEDA it is the Binge Eating Disorders Association and was founded by Chevese Turner in June, 2008 with the organization’s vision being: “To create a community where people have access to resources to help them …


I was chilling on the couch Sunday ready to watch the Grammy’s when I heard that Whitney Houston had died. It was like a little punch in the gut, as it brought me back to the day where I used to bop around in pegged acid-wash jeans and bangle bracelets belting out “how will I know if he really loves me?” …


I’m giving a talk on eating disorder treatment in March, and I’d like to ask for your help.  Two questions I want to address are: 1)  What are the perceived benefits of seeing a therapist who specializes in eating disorders? 2)  Do you have any feelings (or preferences) regarding the shape/size of your eating disorder …

Eating Disorder Awareness Week Friday Video

Each day of Eating Disorder Awareness week I will be posting a new video – today’s is on what to say to someone/how to approach someone showing warning signs & the steps to recovery. Enjoy! ?Lauren Bersaglio PS- if you haven’t checked it out yet, visit my youtube channel:  

Walk On Success Path With Career Coaching

A coach is an individual that helps the competitor to set objectives and concentrate on the approaches to attain to it. He can help the sportsperson to meet his point with maximum capacity and endeavor hard to reach, past the focus via preparing him through different organized projects. Be that as it may separated from …

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