Bethenny Talks About Overcoming An Eating Disorder

Bethenny talks to a young woman about her eight-year battle with an eating disorder. A brave young woman tells Bethenny about her struggles with eating and how Bethenny’s book “Naturally Thin” helped her turn her life around. At her lowest point she was a mere 85 pounds, and she sadly still thought she was fat. …

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Can The Media Cause Eating Disorders?

Over the years, the body type featured in magazines has changed greatly, and people have been bombarded with these media images. But eating disorders have been around for many years, even before the media existed. More Videos

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Video: Eating Disorder Myths Busted

This quick, informative video busts some common myths about eating disorders. Watch as Mark from The Positive Mind Project tells us the truth about whether males can be anorexic, whether the media is responsible for eating disorders, and why statistics show such a small percentage of the population as having disordered eating. More Videos

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Eating Disorders And Obesity

Is there a connection between eating disorders and obesity? Chief Medical Officer and Medical Director of the Denver Eating Recovery Center Ovidio Bermudez, MD, tells us about the connections between obesity in America and the instances of eating disorders. He explains that the constant emphasis on losing weight and the negative stigma of being overweight …

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EDNOS: The Deadliest Type Of Eating Disorder

ABC Nightline investigates the most common—and deadliest—eating disorder: EDNOS Nightline takes a look into the life of a young woman named Taylor. She has EDNOS, which stands for Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, the most common eating disorder in the US—and the least well-known. Taylor restricted her diet, binged and purged, and lost 75 lbs …

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This anorexic man used to be an attractive, muscular model, but he now weighs less than 100 pounds. One in every ten anorexic people is male. This former male model became obsessed with his weight after going through a string of personal setbacks. He has an incredibly vigorous workout regimen, and he subsists on a …

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Parents Speak About Daughter’s Eating Disorder

“When you have a child….the biggest fear is that you could lose that child.” These are the words of the mother of Kayli, a Youtube star who was also a sufferer of anorexia and bulimia. Kayli makes Youtube tutorial videos about how to do hair and makeup and is a bright, bubbly girl with blonde …

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Rumination Disorder (Video)

Rumination Disorder is an unusual eating disorder that involves regurgitating food. It can be in conjunction with other disorders, like bulimia. More Videos

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Top Eight Reasons For Relapse

Eating disorder expert Shan Larter explains the eight most common reasons for relapse, and how you can avoid them and recover from your eating disorder. Shan Larter shares some shocking information with us: the top eight reasons for relapse actually come from within yourself, and without a plan, they may derail your recovery. She goes …

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The Truth About Eating Disorders

Anorexia is probably the most well-known eating disorder. But what is it? And how does it affect people’s lives and their faith? Watch as Magdalene John explains this complex disorder.

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Eating Disorder Self Test. Take the EAT-26 self test to see if you might have eating disorder symptoms that might require professional evaluation. All answers are confidential.

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