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Our relationship with food is remarkably complex. On the one hand, food supplies our bodies with nutrition which is a basic need. On the other hand, our connection to food goes considerably deeper, providing comfort during stressful times, and evoking memories of family traditions. As infants, we learn to associate nourishment with love and security. …

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Bulimia and Pregnancy

Although Bulimia can impact both men and women, females of childbearing years are most frequently affected. Bulimia places the health of both the mother and her unborn baby at risk. Approximately 50 % of bulimic women do not have a regular menstrual cycle. This is a result of poor nutrition, intense exercise, or overwhelming psychological …

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Anorexia Perceived As Separate From Authentic Self According To UK Study

A UK study examining women being treated for anorexia has identified that women suffering from the serious eating disorder regard their illness as separate from their authentic or real selves. The report which is published by The Hastings Center, a nonpartisan research Institution, describes a research study in which 29 women being treated for anorexia …

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The Key To A Healthy Weight? Your Mind

When it comes to maintaining and achieving a healthy weight, many Americans may be missing the mark, according to a recent national survey. The poll, commissioned by Orlando Health, found that only 1 in 10 people thought that psychological well-being was a factor when it came to weight loss. “In order to lose weight and …

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