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Eating disorders are common illnesses that cause serious issues with a person’s diet on a daily basis, including eating too little or too much. Anorexia, also referred to as anorexia nervosa, is one of the three most common types of eating disorders. Anorexia is a very serious mental illness in that people with the disorder …

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Those in recovery from bulimia may quickly find that eating “normally” again is a constant struggle. Identifying “safe” foods – those that won’t trigger binge or purge behavior – can take time, and there isn’t an exact science to the process. The best prevention against relapse is an individualized plan that focuses on nutrition, behavioral …

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Getting rid of post-pregnancy “baby weight” can be a daunting task for many new moms. And a recent online poll conducted by TODAY Moms found that about one-third of moms hate their bodies. “I hate my body after four kids and four C-sections,” Liz Capra Whitby told TODAY Moms. “No time or energy to do …

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A Fussy Eater Does NOT Mean An Eating Disorder Is Developing

In an effort to find out what creates unhealthy eating patterns among children, researchers from University College London compared children’s eating behaviors to their mothers’ reactions to certain behaviors and found that parents are usually responding to (not the cause of) fussy eating or overindulgence. The Study Researchers collected data from 244 mothers of children …

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