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While women are commonly effected by eating disorders, millions of men and boys also experience this form of illness. Because the focus of eating diso...
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When recovering from an eating disorder, strenuous exercise may not be an option, but a gentle activity such as tai chi might be suitable and benefici...
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Under-eating can occur in many forms. Some of these include restraining food intake to keep weight under control and eliminating specific food groups...
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Cane sugar and high-fructose corn syrup both sweeten food, add calories to our diet, and, in large amounts, are harmful to our health. What differenti...
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Because the average college student is normally under a lot of stress and is generally crunched for time, it may be difficult to maintain a balanced d...
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Giving up delicious but not-so-healthy snacks and desserts is difficult for most of us. It becomes easier when we replace them with tasty and satisfyi...
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Emotional eating is using food to fulfill emotional needs rather than physical hunger. Emotional eating may also involve using food as a pick-me-up or...
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There is so much nutrition information available on the Internet that it can often be more confusing than helpful. If you are recovering from an eatin...
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A person with symptoms of compulsive overeating is characterized as having an addiction to food. Compulsive eating is used to hide or manage emotions,...
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Each person is unique, yet we all have much in common. The same may be said about recovery from an eating disorder. Each individual journey is unique...