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Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder defined by a person’s obsession with binge eating and weight loss. In order to lose weight quickly, some men and women turn to self-induced vomiting. Most Common Effects Induced vomiting often creates calluses and scars on the knuckles or hands. Additionally, the cheeks may become puffy from repeated vomiting …

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The ‘Overeating Hormone’ Theory May Be A Lie

Leptin, a hormone associated with the hunger response, has long been theorized to cause overeating – in that people who have leptin resistance are more prone to binge. Yet a new study published in Cell Metabolism reveals that leptin resistance isn’t necessarily the cause of overeating. Researchers blocked leptin action in both lean and obese …

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