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Identifying The Signs And Symptoms Of Bulimia

Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by binge eating and obsession with weight loss. The disorder is an overwhelming battle between weight loss and mass consumption of food. Bulimia affects men and women of all ages. Symptoms of Bulimia Bulimia can be detected by observing the physical appearance of someone with the eating disorder. …

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A Secret To Healthy Weight Loss: Gaining Self-Control Over Emotions

When it comes to emotional eating, it’s never about the food. Emotions, researchers reiterate, are the underlying cause of eating disorders. And a new survey brings forth some compelling data about just how important it is to manage feelings in a healthy way. The key to weight loss? Investigators surveyed over 1,300 licensed psychologists, asking …

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