Look at the reasons you eat. Butler has girls keep a journal of what they eat, why they eat, and how they feel afterward. “Figuring out why you eat is an important part of healthy eating,” she says. Connecting the dots between eating and hunger is step one in getting real with your body.Author: Joanne Barker.
Adolescent eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and compulsive overeating are concerns every parent hopes to avoid.But, when these eating disorders develop, there are some tremendously helpful eating disorder resources for parents, .
Mar 03, 2017 · Talking with your teen about eating disorders is a good place to start. Once you get them talking, you can better understand what’s going on and figure out the next steps toward recovery Author: Ashley Marcin.
Binge eating means eating large amounts of food, much more than you need, in one sitting. Someone with binge eating disorder does this at least once a week over 3 months or more, and can’t seem Author: Paula Spencer Scott.
Statistics and facts from various studies on eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating. See how many teens are affected by eating disorders. Get stats on recovery and mortality rates associated with teenage eating disorders. Also an average of how long teen eating disorders generally last.