Eating Disorders, disordered eating - what's the difference?

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www.michellesparkes.com Eating disorders exist on a spectrum with healthy eating at one end, clinical problems at the other, and disordered eating somewhere in between. So what are the differences and how would you know if you have a problem?

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"I was really into ballet, which, combined with going through puberty, was a recipe for body issues. I began with food restriction, as most do, and the vicious cycle began. I didn’t know it was an eating disorder."

Wendy

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