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Feeding on Diseases: Fashion Development or Ailment?

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Feeding on Diseases: Fashion Development or Ailment?



http://diet program.com Sarah sits down with clinical nutritionist, Alexis Beck(www.nutritionrx.com), to focus on national ingesting dysfunction recognition week. From Anorexia and bulimia to disordered ingesting, Food plan.com presents you details on how to get aid.

23 Comments
  • KeepMovingForward11
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    It is biological based illness!!! She is stupid! Anorexia has been around since the 1500!

  • Banana Bandana
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    @Elvesdoitbetter
    I've never thought about it iike that but you're so right about people who do that.

    I think people should stop saying disease though because its a disorder and not a disease …. to my understanding at least… but who knows I could be wrong , I'm sure I'm not though 

  • misstiggykins
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    I have struggled with anorexia nervosa for 30 yrs. I never 'chose' to develop the illness. I started to restrict food and to over-exercise in response to trauma and anxiety. I found that I couldn't stop because my mind was dominated by thoughts that instructed me to starve and exercise in a ritualistic way. I had OCD before anorexia. The suggestion that anorexia nervosa is actually caused by the media and celebrity culture is complete nonsense.

  • misstiggykins
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    Eating disorders are mental illnesses not fashion trends. Anorexia nervosa (AN) has been documented back 100s of years. Recent research has linked AN to inherited neuro-developmental conditions such as autism. The brains of individuals with AN process information in a particular way – focusing on detail and systemising. The individual often sees their body as 'wrong'. They also set themselves rules around food/eating which they feel compelled to stick to. AN is not vanity but a brain illness.

  • ELI BIXFORTE
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    its a disease and i still cant find a cure! damin!

  • sp45ih
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    Good point

  • austin10123
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    whats that little tune in the background?

  • TelevizedDamnation
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    Aint nothing pretty about a pin thin woman. D:<

  • luckysprite7up
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    SAME. OMG.

  • frozen1black1rain
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    The lady with the brown shirt is talking kind of soft or low.

  • plutoplatters
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    "disordered eating" i've heard it all ! LOLLLL We've made ourselves dizzy with
    ALL food related subjects ! If we had lives like the pioneers we'd be busy "working" and not playing mind games. Never has something been so " coddled" so enabled and supported
    by it's own participants. Please don't get mad at me for writing this as it's " not my fault" due to previous trauma(s)

  • guitarlovenjc
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    Why does "attention" only go to AN?! Hello!?! ED does not mean thin!!

  • greenrpastures
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    not 100% true but yes, the majority of people afflicted with them are from the Western world

  • spershall
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    I wanted to get all the way through this but found the repetitive music too intrusive!

  • Kriemel3
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    I have had experience with both… I think the answer is more with a world of compassion

  • pongman
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    The risk/benefits obviously need to be weighed, then again the risk are far fewer than conventional medication. The losers would be the drug companies.

  • pongman
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    I understand what you're saying however psychiatry is not an exact science if it were we wouldn't have all these people with psych problems. The reason we have all these drugs is to try by trial and error. If one doesn't work doctors try something else. Hence the research on marijuana use with eating disorders. It has been advocated for AIDS/HIV patients.

  • Ashley Robjohns
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    While I'm not advocating for or against marijuana use, I don't think advising anyone with an eating disorder to smoke pot is such a good idea. Obviously there are psychological problems already apparent and introducing a substance that may alter ones state of mind would likely have a negative outcome one way or another. It is widely known that to break a habit you must replace it with another, to replace not eating with anything other than eating correctly is counter productive.

  • pongman
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    lol, actually they are doing research on this and it shows some promise. They use it for cancer patients and they are testing it on anorexia patients as well. Google anorexia and marijuana. Next time don't jump to conclusions you nitwit.

  • pongman
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    I think people who have a problem with anorexia should try smoking pot. Just a thought from a personal standpoint. I can't imagine anyone having that strong of willpower avoiding a brownie after smoking pot.

  • Anthony isonline (IamSabes)
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    wow sarah your looking HOT! YUMMO

  • hulaheather
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    the music drove me crazy but i liked the interview

  • villanjo
    Posted at 17:53h, 11 January

    interesting…

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