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Eating disorders. Can you figure out who has one in this room?
This is where it starts, the kitchen. Where the food is. The source of eating disorders.
People with eating disorders are usually insecure with their body and how it looks.
The 3 most common eating disorders are anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating. Anorexia is when you starve yourself. Your body looks empty and irregular things happen to your body.
Bulimia is when you eat a lot of food and then throw it up right afterwards so you don't gain any weight. Bulimia patients usually exercise a lot, eat small amounts or none at all, or pas urine by taking pills to prevent gaining weight.
Binge eaters usually eat large amounts of food and acknowledge that their eating is uncontrollable. Eat unusually quick, eat until uncomfortably full, eat large amounts even when not hungry, eat alone, feel disgusted after eating.