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Causes Of Eating Disorders

Many factors can contribute to the onset of an eating disorder such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or binge-eating disorder. In general, the exact cause of developing one of these disorders is unknown as there are quite a few forces at play, any one or combination of which can lead to disordered eating behaviors. Listed …

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Refeeding Syndrome Symptoms

Refeeding syndrome symptoms may occur when a person receives a large intake of carbohydrates following a period of starvation. A severe shift in electrolytes takes place when an individual consumes a quantity of complex carbohydrates after a prolonged period of food deprivation. This in turn, causes fluid imbalances in the body, leading to the potentially …

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Intimate Partner Violence Linked To ‘Food Insecurity’

Women who experience physical, mental or sexual abuse in their intimate relationships are more likely to be “food insecure,” according to a new study from Texas Obesity Research Center (TORC) at the University of Houston. The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines “food insecurity” as a state that has to do with rationing, portion control and …

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Apple-Shaped Body? You Could Be Prone To Binge Eating

If you store more of your fat around your trunk and abdominal region, you may be at risk for the development of eating disorders, according to new research. Having an apple-shaped body was linked to a sense of loss of control around food, the Drexel University team found, and women with this shape also reported …

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