What are the national statistics around disordered eating?
What are the “red flags” for disordered eating?
  • ·         Menstrual irregularities

  • ·         Avoid eating with others

  • ·         Refusal to eat foods they used to like  

  •           Eating the same limited foods

  • ·         Suddenly becoming a vegetarian/vegan

  • ·         Losing weight rapidly

  • ·         Exercises excessively

  • ·         Mood changes, difficulty sleeping

  • ·         Obsessively concerned about weight

  • ·         Eats large amounts of food

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Treating all forms of food weight and body image concerns;

Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, Compulsive Overeating, Exercise Addition, Orthorexia, Selective and Restricitve Eating Disorder

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