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It is estimated that up to 24 million women and men of all ages suffer from an eating disorder. Bulimia, one of the most common eating disorders, is a serious mental illness characterized by frequent, recurring episodes of eating large amounts of food (also called binge eating) followed by purging, vomiting, excessive use of laxatives, …

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Non-Purging Bulimia

Non-purging bulimia describes compensatory behavior that a person may use in order to control their food intake and weight. However, it does not include common bulimic symptoms such as inappropriate use of laxatives and diuretics, and self-induced vomiting. Non-purging bulimia is characterized by patterns of binge eating followed by ingesting medications such as diet pills …

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Why ‘Healthy’ Eating Doesn’t Work For Everyone

If you’ve ever had the experience of going on the same diet as your best friend but getting drastically different results, you’re not alone. A new Israeli study suggests that “healthy” foods may actually differ from one person to the next, which would explain why standard dieting doesn’t always deliver the outcomes we’re looking for …

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