Eating Disorders

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  • Body Image and Young Women

    Young women can fall into the trap of wanting to look like super-thin models or television personalities. These unrealistic goals can lead to an unhealthy body image and low self-esteem, not to mention disordered eating behaviors.

  • Orthorexia: An Obsession with Eating Pure

    Orthorexia, an unhealthy fixation on eating only healthy or "pure" foods, is an eating disorder rooted in food restriction, like anorexia nervosa. Unlike anorexia, for othorexics, the quality instead of the quantity of food is severely restricted.

  • Understanding Eating Disorders

    All forms of eating disorders can be fatal, and it is critical for anyone with symptoms of an eating disorder to seek professional help. Early treatment gives the greatest chance for a full recovery.

  • Eating Disorders also Affect Boys and Men

    Eating disorders are not just a problem for girls and women. Boys and men also suffer from anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating disorders. However, the biggest difference between men and women with eating disorders is that women are more likely to seek treatment.

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