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Causes Of And Help for Binge Eating Disorder
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Anorexia : The Avoidable Killers
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Eating Disorders Articles (27)
What is Orthorexia Nervosa? - Signs And Symptoms
What is Orthorexia nervosa? This is has become a fascinating topic in the medical field and especially in terms of weight loss and eating disorders. Healthy eating has been emphasized by medical experts and for years now people have been advised to eat healthily and more consciously. However, it has…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Mar 24, 2011  
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Eating Disorders: What Lies Beneath
What defines eating disorders? I am writing this article from experience to help you understand what your young person is going through. Eating Disorders are a complex and irrational condition that is difficult to understand. I personally suffered with Bulimia Nervosa for 20 years without knowing what was wrong with…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Mar 21, 2012  
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Bad Food Habits That Make You Fat
Weight loss can be challenging because we have a whole series of habits which we’ve build up around food and dieting. If you can identify some of your bad food habits, and get into the habit of challenging them, weight loss will become much easier. One of the reasons diet…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Dec 31, 2014  
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As Childhood Obesity Numbers Taper Off, Another Trend Starts to Peak
The CDC has warned that obesity numbers could be near 100% if something doesn’t change dramatically. Children as young as five and six are facing heart disease and diabetes related to their weight, some of them as much as fifty pounds or more over the suggested weight for their height…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Sep 28, 2011  
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How To Treat Anorexia
Anorexia. What exactly is it? Are there any particular social groups it affects? What are the symptoms? What are the causes? What are the treatments? How many individuals does it affect? What is bulimia? Over the last few decades anorexia has become more and more frequent. From the perspective of…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Feb 11, 2013  
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Available Binge Eating Disorder Treatment Options
Binge eating disorder treatment can be very crucial because not all over-eaters are open about their disorder. Over-eaters are secretive about their status for the fear of judgment from the society. However, Binge Eating Disorder treatment can help greatly in overcoming this disease. Professional guidance from a psychologist, who is…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Apr 16, 2012  
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5 Natural Liver - Cleansing Tips
The liver is like the housemaid of the human body. It cleans up all the toxins you put into it and keeps all internal systems running smoothly. Modern diet, environmental pollutants and our increasing dependence on toxic personal care products have put a serious strain on our livers . They…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Aug 26, 2015  
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Boys Not As Fazed By Media Images Of the Perfect Body
It has long been known that women and girls are heavily influenced by media images for what the “perfect” body is, sending many of them into struggles with eating disorders or problems with their weight and self image for the rest of their lives. While some clinics that treat eating…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Oct 03, 2011  
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More Middle Aged Women Are Being Diagnosed With Eating Disorders at A Higher Rate
The average life expectancy has increased by leaps and bound bringing a number of interesting new issues. Food and eating disorder clinics all over the nation are facing one of those new problems now- the number of women who are being treated for eating disorders well into middle age has…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Jun 09, 2012  
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Understanding Food Addiction: The Signs, Symptoms, And Road to Recovery
Do you or a loved one have a food addiction? Food addiction is also known as compulsive overeating and is generally characterized by an obsessive and compulsive relationship with food. Food addicts will generally engage in frequent episodes of binge eating. During the binge, food addicts will often feel out…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Apr 18, 2012  
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What is Bulimia Nervosa?
If you're here asking "What is Bulimia Nervosa?", you're probably either a sufferer, think you might be bulimic, or know someone who could be suffering. You have found the right place to get all the answers you're looking for - What is bulimia nervosa? What does it do to the…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Sep 18, 2015  
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Heartburn Relief And Milk Are No Longer Great Allies-find Better And More Effective Solutions!
Did you know that heartburn relief and milk is no longer a valid solution? The reason is that while milk can be very soothing, it actually contains some nutrients which can later start generation of stomach acid later on so it is really only a very temporary solution and not…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Nov 22, 2011  
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Gerd Attack
This article will tell a short story about a bad case of indigestion I had just 2 weeks ago. Keep in mind I have no formal medical training except I'm certified to administer first aid and cpr. The Beginnings? It's Wednesday. I was getting ready to move across town in…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Jul 06, 2012  
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Binge Eating Disorder: Facts Surrounding the Most Common Type Of Eating Disorder
Binge eating is the most common form of an eating disorder. Binge eating affects both men and women and can affect one at any age. Binge-eating disorder is characterized by uncontrollable, excessive eating, followed by feelings of shame and guilt. Those with binge-eating disorder typically do not purge their food…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Apr 19, 2012  
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The Road To And Out Of Eating Disorders
Did you know Anorexia cases can reach children as young as 6? External influences such as magazines, T.V and social media are huge factors in the development of Eating Disorders, such as Anorexia in Children. However there is more personal causes that can cause the development of such disorders, including…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Feb 26, 2016  
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Colon Cleanse Constipation - 4 Tips for Colon Cleanse Constipation
How many people around the world are having problems with colon constipation. A good girlfriend of mine are struggling with constipation, I can see that she is having pain and usually give her tips to try in her diet. Sometimes she goes overboard with takeaways and not eating healthy then…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Nov 28, 2011  
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5 Effective Anorexia Treatments
It is not easy to treat anorexia. Firstly, it's hard to make the anorexic person admit that they need help. The patients aren't characteristically distressed by anorexia signs. Regardless they accept examining and treating. It's often challenging to keep an anorexic person participating in treatment often. Below are effective ways…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Jan 31, 2013  
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Risk Of Eating Disorders Increases With Constant Dieting
The risk of developing certain types of eating disorders dramatically increase when a patient is focusing dieting efforts solely to lose weight and not for other reasons, a recent research study has shown. The research, conducted by counselors at the Lewisham Counseling and Councilor Association, in the UK suggested that…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   May 09, 2011  
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Causes Of And Help for Binge Eating Disorder
Binge Eating is often characterize with a series of constant eating, in which the person binging loses control of himself over food. It is normal for people to over-eat but if food has more control over the individual, that should raise a red flag. Binge eaters typically spend a good…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Apr 19, 2012  
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More Boys Being Treated for Eating Disorders: Social Stigma May Leave Males Delaying Treatment Until it is Too Late
Researchers have established a major issue with the reporting for boys and young men who suffer from eating disorders, including anorexia and bulimia. At least one million males in the United States have some form of eating disorder according to the most recent research studies but even those numbers are…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Feb 25, 2012  
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Diet Death Soda - Aspartame
Although statistics show a decline, Americans are still the number one consumer of diet soda in the world. Marketed as an alternative to the fattening sugar contained in regular soft drinks, the consumption of aspartame contained in diet soft drinks (and other foods) is a dangerous mistake. To think that…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Aug 19, 2013  
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Old Eating Disorders Die Hard
The old adage is that old habits die hard, but with people, especially women who have ever had an eating disorder, it might be more serious. Anyone who has had an eating disorder or engaged in extreme weight loss attempts is more likely to have a relapse in their older…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Jul 08, 2011  
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Anorexia : The Avoidable Killers
Anorexia is an eating disorder, that not only effect the way way you look, but also your health. According to the Department of Mental Health there are currently eight million people with some sort of eating disorder. (True or False)Is an eating disorder considered a mental disorder? The answer is…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   May 20, 2012  
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Eating Disorders Continue to Take their Toll on Society: Does Your First Grader Think She is Fat?
While adult obesity numbers had stabilized somewhat, childhood obesity rates have not. There have been a number of programs that were meant to target the problem with many of them meeting resistance from various groups. But, the focus on weight, appearance and health has taken its toll in other ways…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Mar 19, 2012  
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The Best Fitness Foods For Women | Another Theory Exposed By Fat Loss Factor Scam
Avocado Lowers cholesterol and fat in this Green bomb are very few. The University at Buffalo has conducted a study along with the contribution of Fat loss Factor Scam and found that women runners who eat less than 20% fat is less likely to get injured than other competitors that…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Nov 11, 2014  
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Overcoming Binge Eating
Binge eating is when you eat too much. Not just eating too much, but having intensive eating outbursts where you really piggy out and completely overeat. Even though you're already full - you're still cramming food inside your body, munching away more and more calories. It isn't really a voluntary…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   Sep 13, 2011  
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Anorexia And Obesity Affect Your Brain Differently? The Brain Reward System And Weight
Neuroscientists have known since the 1950's that the brain has a reward system- a system that is responsible for releasing certain chemicals which make the body feel happy, increase learning and reinforcement and other positives. That system can be affected, however by a variety of conditions, diseases and other issues.…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Eating Disorders   May 19, 2012  
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