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The Experience Elderly patients with eating disorders will generally refuse meals by saying they’re too hungry or feeling ill. They might have a distorted view of their bodies, have difficulty expressing their feelings, have family conflicts and engage in secretive behavior to hide their habits. As a result, the elderly might engage in purging behaviors …

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A new research study due to be published in the October 2011 issue of the journal Appetite confirms that the substitution of commercially produced portion controlled foods for one meal per day, results in reduced caloric intake and a subsequent loss of weight. The researchers wished to examine whether these portion controlled meals were effective …

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