Eating Disorders FAQ | How Many Kcal Do I Eat In a Day?

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"New video up, and this time I've taken a moment to answer a few of the questions that have been streaming in through both my Youtube channel and e-mail. From the many, many queries and requests coming in, the following were by far the most popular ones:

1. How many calories are you currently eating?
2. How tall are you, and how much exercise do you get?
3. How many calories do I need to stabilize/gain weight?
4. Where should my calories come from in recovery?
5. Has anyone ever tried to explain to the anorexic people what their cells need to live? (well, this one wasn't exactly 'popular,' but I did think it worthy to answer)

I've also had many people asking me for another 'day in my life' meal plan, so do check out my latest one at http://hanne-arts.blogspot.sk/2016/05.... To see some of the earlier 'day in my life' vlogs, check out my channel.

Also make sure to check out the following links, and to give this video a thumbs up if you liked it!

JUST PERFECT: http://booklaunch.io/hannearts/just-p...

My blog: http://hanne-arts.blogspot.sk

My Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hanneartsblo...


Credit: The nice, upbeat background music is my own version of the original soundtrack found at http://www.bensound.com"

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"My eating disorder took over for about eight months until I got therapy, which helped immensely, but also made me realize I was pursuing a dream and career that I didn't really want at all, which was really at the root of my obsession with food and weight"

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