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  • 10 Steps to Positive Body Image

    One list cannot automatically tell you how to turn negative body thoughts into positive body image, but it can introduce you to healthier ways of looking at yourself and your body. More >> 10 Steps to Positive Body Image.pdf  
  • 10 Strategies for Overcoming Binge Eating

    ? Manage stress. One of the most important aspects of controlling binge eating is to find alternate ways to handle stress and other overwhelming feelings without using food. These may include exercising, meditating, using sensory relaxation strategies, an More >> 10 Strategies for Overcoming Binge Eating.pdf  
  • 20 Ways to Love Your Body

    Think of your body as the vehicle to your dreams. Honor it. Respect it. Fuel it. More >> 20 Ways to Love Your Body.pdf  
  • A physician´s role in preventing Eating Disorders

    Reducing or eliminating the problem by understanding and addressing causes and risk factors. More >> A physician´s role in preventing Eating Disorders.pdf  
  • Anorexia

    Anorexia nervosa is a potentially life-threatening eating disorder. But how do you become anorexic, and what are the symptoms and side effects? More >> anorexia.pdf  
  • Anorexia nervosa

    The direct translation of the medical name 'anorexia nervosa' means loss of appetite for nervous reasons. But in fact you don't lose your appetite if you have anorexia - you just don't allow yourself to satisfy your appetite. More >> Anorexia nervosa.pdf  
  • Athletes and Eating Disorders

    Involvement in organized sports can offer many benefits, such as improved self-esteem and body image, and encouragement for individuals to remain active throughout their lives. More >> Athletes and Eating Disorders.pdf  
  • Binge Eating

    Men and Women living with Binge Eating Disorder suffer a combination of symptoms similar to those of Compulsive Overeaters and Bulimia. The sufferer periodically goes on large binges, consuming an unusually large quantity of food in a short period of time More >> Binge Eating.pdf  
  • Bulimia nervosa

    Bulimia nervosa, often shortened to bulimia, is an eating disorder. A person with bulimia has difficulties regulating their food intake. Periods of excessive overeating (bingeing) followed by periods of starvation often occur. More >> Bulimia nervosa.pdf  
  • Dental Complications of Eating Disorders

    Everyone has heard from their dentist that eating too much sugar can lead to cavities, but did you know that high intake of acidic “diet” foods can have an equally devastating effect on your teeth? More >> Dental complications of Eating Disorders.pdf  
  • Do I have an eating disorder?

    There are broadly speaking three types of eating disorder:- Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder. More >> Recognise the eating disorders.pdf  
  • Eating Disorder Myths

    People who are normal or overweight can not have eating disorders. It is difficult to predict whether or not someone has an eating disorder because not all eating disorders are determined by the size and weight of a person. In the case of anorexia, an ea More >> Eating Disorder Myths.pdf  
  • Eating Disorder recovery tips

    Be honest. The only way you can truly begin recovery is if you are honest with yourself first and then with others. Hiding behaviours does no one else any harm other than yourself. More >> Eating disorder recovery tips.pdf  
  • Eating Disorders Also Affect Adults

    An eating disorder isn't really about food. The factors that lead to an eating disorder are complex. More >> Eating Disorders Also Affect Adults.pdf  
  • Eating Disorders in Children

    Childhood Obesity Are you upset because your child gaining too much weight?As a parent, this is a very difficult issue to tackle. If you have battled with your own weight, it may pain you to see your child gaining excess pounds. You may remember being te More >> Eating Disorders in Children.pdf  
  • Eating Disorders in LGBT Populations

    Eating disorders have historically been associated with straight, young, white females, but in reality, they affect people from all demographics and they are not caused by any single factor. More >> Eating Disorders in LGBT Populations.pdf  
  • Eating Disorders in Men

    By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. When we think of eating disorders, we rarely picture a man working out obsessively, starving himself to look lean or wanting to emulate celebrities on magazine covers. More >> Eating Disorders in Men.pdf  
  • Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS)

    Eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia include extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding weight and food issues. More >> Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS).pdf  
  • Eating Disorders Statistics

    General: • Almost 50% of people with eating disorders meet the criteria for depression. • Only 1 in 10 men and women with eating disorders receive treatment. Only 35% of people that receive treatment for eating disorders get treatment at a specialized f More >> Eating Disorders Statistics.pdf  
  • Every Body is Different

    It is important to remember that every body is different. We all have different genetic and cultural traits. More >> Every Body is Different.pdf  
  • Fast Food and Eating Disorders

    Fast food nutrition should make up a minimal part of a healthy diet. More >> Fast Food and Eating Disorders.pdf  
  • Health Consequences of Eating Disorders

    Eating disorders are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that affect a person’s emotional and physical health. More >> Health consequences of Eating Disorders.pdf  
  • Helen’s Story

    How she and her husband supported their son Rob through his recovery from anorexia – More >> helen's story.pdf  
  • How Common Are Eating Issues

    While you may feel that the problem you have with eating is unusual or shameful, you are not alone. • Eating disorder charity Beat has estimated that at least one million people in the UK are affected. • It can develop in boys, girls, men and women, r More >> How common are eating issues.pdf  
  • Ian's Story

    This is Ian’s story of supporting his partner Kel in overcoming her eating disorder. More >> ian's story.pdf  
  • Jonathan's Recovery Story

    At 17 I suffered an injury while playing rugby. This lead to an operation which meant I could no longer play the game I loved. More >> recovery story.pdf  
  • Media Volunteer - How I'm breaking the male stigma

    Looking out of my window I can see the world famous King’s College chapel and it has made me realise how far I have come since conquering anorexia. More >> male stigma.pdf  
  • Men with eating disorders

    For too long, eating disorders have been known only as a 'girls disease', but men get them too - you just don't hear about it. Here's what you need to know. More >> men with eating disorders.pdf  
  • More boys struggling with eating disorders

    More boys are developing eating disorders, and children as young as 9 are being admitted to hospital with anorexia. More >> more boys struggling with eating disorders.pdf  
  • Mortality and Eating Disorders

    While it is well known that anorexia nervosa is a deadly disorder, the death rate varies considerably between studies. More >> Mortality and Eating Disorders.pdf