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The fact that celebrities are now willing to step forward and share their experiences with eating disorders is a testament to progress in the medical field. Recognition that anorexia, bulimia and binge eating are real medical conditions have taken away some of the shame and stigma that otherwise keep such conditions secret. Here is a …

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Bulimia In Men

According to the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA), approximately 10% of people with an eating disorder, including bulimia, are males. Bulimia in men is certainly less prevalent than in women but the life-threatening disease is just as serious regardless of a person’s gender. Bulimia in men is similar in many ways to the presentation of …

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Overeating Causes Changes In Brain Structure

The habit of overeating, when sustained over a long period of time, could damage pathways in the hypothalamus – a part of the brain that regulates metabolism. A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation and the British Journal of Nutrition found that a high consumption of fat and sugar can damage these …

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12 Week Self-Guided Program For Binge Eaters Has Positive Results

A new study found that a self-guided, 12-week program can help binge eaters stop binging for up to a year or more depending on the person. The program is also designed for individuals who do not have insurance or a large account at their dispose. The cost to stat the program as it is a …

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