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An eating disorder is a complex illness that could have a genetic component which is affected by a variety of environmental and biological issues. These types of disorders involve a range of different conditions that may include food obsession, weight and body image. The obsession that comes with an eating disorder is often so intense …

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End A Binge Eating Disorder

Binge eating disorder is characterized by eating large amounts of food in one sitting. It’s often referred to as being one of the less “glamorous” eating disorders, as binge eaters tend to be stigmatized and shamed by their habits, while anorexics may receive praise or positive attention for being thin. To end a binge eating …

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Older Generation Falling Prey To Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are not just a problem for pre-teens and teenage girls anymore. More and more boys are being diagnosed with one type or another of an eating disorder and so are women in their 40s and 50s. Some of these women are experiencing an eating disorder for the first time and others are relapsing …

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