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Eating Disorder Fact Sheet

Eating disorders are a spectrum of mental disorders that lead to consequences involving the extremes of weight loss or weight gain. The major types are anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder. Anorexia Anorexia is the medical term for a failure to take in enough calories to maintain body systems. The word refers to the symptom …

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Refeeding Syndrome Symptoms

Refeeding syndrome symptoms may occur when a person receives a large intake of carbohydrates following a period of starvation. A severe shift in electrolytes takes place when an individual consumes a quantity of complex carbohydrates after a prolonged period of food deprivation. This in turn, causes fluid imbalances in the body, leading to the potentially …

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Those That Prefer Fatty Foods May Be Genetically Predisposed

Scientist have discovered that people who have special forms of the gene CD36, may prefer high fat foods more than those who do not have the same set of gene forms. Researchers say this may explain why some people struggle to stay on low fat diets. The findings may also help clinicians personally select diets …

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13.5 Percent Of Men Say Their Body Shape Affects Self-Worth

Men are grossly underrepresented when it comes to how they’re affected by eating disorders, a new study says. While researchers are beginning to see that more and more men struggle with disordered eating (a 2012 study found that 31 percent of men diet in secret), the impact this has on their lives, relationships and self-esteem …

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