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Rerun imageA Family's Guide to Tackling Eating Disorders

It's so hard to know what to say and do when a loved one has an eating disorder. Here are tips for supporting your loved one in a way that can help with the recovery process.

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Eating junk food, fatty food and other convenience foods will result in a feeling of lethargy, tiredness, depression and bad complexion just to name a few. Try substituting these foods with high fiber, low fat food, mixed with a regular intake of fruit and vegetables.