Anorexia Nervosa & Anorexia Bulimia
The binge eating and inappropriate compensatory behaviors both occur, on average, at least twice a week for 3 months.

Self-evaluation is unduly influenced by body shape and weight.

"Females who perceive themselves as overweight prior to puberty reported greater body dissatisfaction and bulimia symptomatology, less impulse control and a stronger emphasis on asceticism, drive for thinness and perfectionism. These females also perceived their current body figure to be larger and reported more bulimic thoughts and behaviors than those who perceived themselves to be average or underweight."

"People who feel ashamed about their eating habits often give inaccurate reports."

"The risk for developing an eating disorder increases dramatically when an athlete with low self-esteem is physically beautiful plus has traits of

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    Bulimia Recurrent | Influence Defined | American Women | Nervosa Refusal | Karen Carpenter | Bundchen Vogue's | Kate Moss | body weight | Mass Index | eating disorders | binge eating | ideal body | Elle Macpherson | Eating Disorders | body weight shape | weight gain | weight shape | inappropriate compensatory | 85% expected | ideal body weight | weight 85% | below ideal body | control eating | body weight 85% | weight 85% expected |  
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