The Truth About Eating Disorders

Even though it is widely recognized that the only truly viable way to minimize excess weight is to eat a balanced diet, the fact of the matter is that many of these people, it might seem like running on a treadmill. It requires a substantial amount of effort, and it could be a while until you see huge results – so taking a short cut becomes quite enticing.

The most saddening "solutions" to healthy eating are eating disorders.   Most extensively, anorexia is adopted by individuals who feel like there are still too many calories associated through eating at all, even if it's healthy. While it is predominantly attributed to teen girls and younger women, anorexia is not just limited to that segment of society, but spreads out to women and men of all ages.
Bulimia, a condition of the same family as anorexia, and is becoming more common.  Where anorexics starve themselves, bulimia victims will eat and will often binge to the point where they are uncomfortably full before they induce vomiting to make sure that the food which they eat is not digested. .While both disorders make it possible for people to lose weight and hold it off, they lead to serious health issues that can be permanent. 

Although being slim is considered by many to be a glittering prize, it is at a price. If you don't eat enough of the essential nutrients or expel them by vomiting, it becomes impossible to keep your skin and hair healthy, and your energy, mood and focus will be at an all time low. If you suffer with either of these, please know that there is hope for you, and that although only YOU can help yourself, we're here to help and fully support you. Contact us through email at or through our Facebook Page, Healing My Health. Stay Strong <3


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