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.
There is a strong correlation between trauma and eating disorders. A number of studies have shown that people who struggle with eating disorders have a higher incidence of neglect and physical, emotional and sexual abuse. In particular, binge eating disorder...
Try getting insurance companies to pay for eating disorder treatment. It’s a battle. Eating disorder blogger writes to insurance companies asking why that is. www.HealthyPlace.com
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.
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