• Eating Disorders in Men

    Eating Disorders in Men.pdf   By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. When we think of eating disorders, we rarely picture a man working out obsessively, starving himself to look lean or wanting to emulate celebrities on magazine covers. More >>
  • Binge Eating

    Binge Eating.pdf   Men and Women living with Binge Eating Disorder suffer a combination of symptoms similar to those of Compulsive Overeaters and Bulimia. The sufferer periodically goes on large binges, consuming an unusually large quantity of food in a short period of time More >>
  • What is an Eating Disorder

    What is an eating disorder.pdf   The term eating disorder is a broad label for a number of problems we face with food in our society. While many of us slip into overeating or comfort eating, for some the problem goes to life-threatening extremes. More >>
  • Self-Help Advice

    Self-Help Advice Eating Issues.pdf   If you experience eating problems, you may feel extremely ashamed of this fact. You may feel no-one really understands what you’re going through. You may also be very used to hiding your behaviour, and this can leave you feeling very isolated. There are g More >>
  • Types of Eating Disorder

    Types of Eating Disorders.pdf   Overeating, under eating, purging, over exercising or a combination of these behaviours are frequent occurrences in everyday life for someone with an eating disorder, so much so that their health can suffer severely from poor nutrition and their normal da More >>
  • Signs and Symptoms

    Signs and Symptoms of Eating Disorders.pdf   The three most common eating disorders are anorexia nervosa (anorexia), bulimia nervosa (bulimia) and binge eating disorder. Though these eating disorders manifest themselves in different ways, they are each based on the underlying idea that the individua More >>
  • What Causes Eating Problems

    What causes eating problems.pdf   A common trait in those who experience eating problems is a low self-esteem or a feeling that they are not, in some way ‘good enough’. However, there is no single simple explanation as to why eating problems develop. There is never one single cause, but r More >>
  • Treatment and Recovery

    Treatment and recovery of eating disorder.pdf   The inner voices of anorexia and bulimia whisper that you’ll never be happy until you lose weight and that your worth is measured by how you look. But the truth is that happiness and self-esteem come from loving yourself for who you truly are, and that’s More >>
  • Support For Eating Problems

    Support For Eating Problems.pdf   This section is for friends or relatives who would like to help someone with an eating problem. The best thing you can do for your friend or relative is to not judge them or assume things about them. More >>
  • How Common Are Eating Issues

    How common are eating issues.pdf   While you may feel that the problem you have with eating is unusual or shameful, you are not alone. • Eating disorder charity Beat has estimated that at least one million people in the UK are affected. • It can develop in boys, girls, men and women, r More >>