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Many eating disorder experts will argue that binge eating can stem from unmet emotional or psychological needs, but conquering the behavior also requires a practical approach to changing habits. In addition to working with a therapist or joining a peer-led support group (like Overeaters Anonymous), conquering food binges starts with overhauling your routine and preparing …

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Help!! I Eat A Meal I Get All Depressed And Sad, And I’m Always Going To The Gym And Sometimes I Get Really Upset And Start Crying Because Of My Body And I Always Think About Not Eating And I’ve Started Basically Throwing Out All The Food My Mom Gives Me

Hi Jessica….Thank You For janurse427 – 03/25/2011 – 04:21 Hi Jessica….thank you for reaching out. You truly need to get professional help for this, right away. It sounds like you may be in High School. If so, please tell your counselor what is going on, and what your fears are. You also need to let …

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Encouraging babies to eat before bed or to finish a bottle might be setting them up for bad habits later in life, a new study suggests. Researchers at Brigham Young University found that obesity rates in babies at 24 months could be traced back to feeding habits learned in the first few months of life. …

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