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Approximately 24 million people in the United States suffer from an eating disorder, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. One of the three most common eating disorders is anorexia, which can be deadly if left untreated. Startling Anorexia Statistics • People who suffer from anorexia see themselves as overweight when, …

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What Causes Extreme Fatigue After Eating?

Experiencing fatigue after eating isn’t normally something to worry about, however extreme tiredness after meals may indicate a health issue – especially if you struggle with an eating disorder. If you’re eating the right foods in the right amounts, meals should leave you energized, not drowsy, so it’s important to get to the bottom of …

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Fast Food And Depression Connection Established

The University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and the University of Granada found that eating commercial baked goods and fast food are strongly linked to depression. These findings are consistent with other previous studies. Regular consumers of fast food more likely to develop depression Study results find that people who consumed fast food on …

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Family Meals May Help Prevent Eating Disorders In Teenage Girls

Recent research shows that teenage girls who sit down to the dinner table several nights a week with their parents and siblings (or the family members they live with) are less likely to develop an eating disorder. Teenagers both girls and boys need structure and routine in their lives and the family meal is a …

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