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NEDA, National Eating Disorders Association, is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to the elimination of eating disorders and body dissatisfaction through prevention efforts, education, referral and support services, advocacy, training, and research. NEDA is our nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated solely to the prevention and awareness of eating disorders.
Bulimia.com specializes in information about eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder; Plus related topics such as body image and size issues. We offer books at discounted prices, many free articles about eating disorders, newsletters, links to treatment facilities, organizations, other websites, and much more.
This accessible volume will guide therapists of all disciplines through step-by-step treatment of compulsive eating. The authors introduce the new research related to health, weight,
fitness and diet failure, and then discuss a treatment method which advocates eating as guided by physiological signal: eating when you are hungry and stopping when you are full. The book offers tools for therapists to recognize compulsive eating patterns, use their training to address underlying psychological difficulties, and implement therapeutic principles for healing.
We are a parent-founded, non-profit organization committed to educating our community about the serious nature and growing prevalence of anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. We provide information on how to recognize and treat eating disorders, resources for support for persons suffering from an eating disorder, and support for their families and friends.
Orthorexia is a qualitative eating disorder rather than a quantitative one. Whereas traditional bulimics and anorexics focus on restricting the amount of food they eat and getting thin, orthorexics focus on restricting the types of food they eat and getting healthy/spiritually pure. Orthorexics cultivate their spiritual purity through righteous healthy eating that becomes an obession that blots out all other areas of their lives.
Overeaters Anonymous: Support groups for individuals with binge eating disorders