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Fighting Stigma with Science

In just 12 minutes, Dr. Bulik shows through extensive research analysis that eating disorders are not a direct product of poor parenting, a weight-obsessed society or other environmental factors. Rather, genetics play a clear role in an individual’s susceptibility to an eating disorder. In fact, studies have shown that a person is 7-12 times MORE likely to have an eating disorder if a relative has suffered from one. For more information, see the full video:http://vimeo.com/1715091.

The Daily Beastfrom The Daily Beast

5 Hidden Eating Disorders

5 Hidden Eating Disorders: A New Study Shows That Up To 60 Percent Of People With Eating Disorders Aren't Anorexic Or Bulimic

Eating disorders are serious. They are not a joke, not a choice, not something to grow out of. They are brain based, biological illnesses.

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The Surprising Benefits Of Mindful Eating

Mindful Eating Plate: awareness, observe, savor, in-the-moment, non-judgment #mindfuleating #intuitiveeating

Five Mental Health Disorders We Dont Talk About Enough! | Mental illness like depression and bipolar disorders are more commonly talked about. It's important to open dialogue on more than just these illnesses.

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6 Ways to Stop a Binge Before it Starts

6 Ways to Stop a Binge Before it Starts // Happy Food Healthy Life #health #binge #food

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How Carly Recovered from an Eating Disorder With Real Food

How Carly Recovered From An Eating Disorder With Real Food - I am pinning this because as a Crohnie, I have issues with food due to fear of triggering symptoms such as pain and discomfort.

Women's Healthfrom Women's Health

The Scary Rise in Adult Eating Disorders

More grown women are suffering from anorexia, bulimia, and other dangerous eating behaviors