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Eating Disorders Guide

Did you know that up to 24 million people suffer from an eating disorder over the course of a lifetime? The three most common eating disorders are anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder (BED), according to the National Association for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). What is startling is that not only can these …

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Diuretics: The Water Pill

While diuretics can act as temporary eliminators of “water weight” from the body, they are not effective tools for weight loss. In the long run, diuretics can be dangerous and are not a weight loss solution recommended by physicians. What Are Diuretics? Diuretics, or “water pills,” encourage urination by increasing the flow of urine from …

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Stress And Perfectionism Can Turn Young Women Into Emotional Eaters

A professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill recently conducted a study confirming the link between the quest for perfection and eating disorders–especially for young women. Anna M. Bardone-Cone evaluated around 400 college women, assessing their levels of “self-directed” perfectionism and “social” perfectionism. She also took into account stress levels to see if …

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“Housewife” Alexis Bellino Reveals Struggle With Eating Disorders

According to a new story from E!, “Real Housewives of Orange County” television reality star Alexis Bellino has revealed her 13 year struggle with both anorexia and bulemia. Alexis attributes the divorce of her parents at age 12 as one of the traumatic events that triggered her struggle with food. She claims that at that …

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