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Those in recovery from bulimia may quickly find that eating “normally” again is a constant struggle. Identifying “safe” foods – those that won’t trigger binge or purge behavior – can take time, and there isn’t an exact science to the process. The best prevention against relapse is an individualized plan that focuses on nutrition, behavioral …
Approximately 24 million people suffer from an eating disorder, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Related Disorders (ANAD). Bulimia and anorexia represent two of the three most common eating disorders, with binge eating being the third. If left untreated, these disorders can result in death. In fact, eating disorders have the highest …
It’s not often that stories of male athletes with eating disorders are publicly shared, especially when these athletes are in the public eye. But Gehrig Schilling, son of former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, is speaking openly about hia battle with anorexia – which started when he was in middle school. He weighed a …
A recently released study in the Journal of Social Science and Medicine has examined the effects of a close social network on how women judge themselves regarding obesity, body image, and perceived moral implications of being overweight. It is already well understood that negative stereotypes exist throughout US society on issues around the subject of …
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