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Eating disorders are driven by an intense fear of becoming overweight, damaging both physical and mental health. The two most common eating disorders are anerexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, although their symptoms are often mixed.Eating disorders affect seven girls in every 1,000, and one boy in every 1,000. It usually begins to be a problem at teenage years, but can happen at any time.It's not known for certain what causes them, but many factors could play a part --Social pressure…

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I get a karmic kick in the butt every morning to get up and clear this shit out. There's a staggering difference in just a matter of weeks! I'll need another b12 today to help the energy levels keep pace with this. It's crazy. Crazy good :D Lee and Sherry have also helped immensely. They are so much fun! You can't not be inspired by their story <3

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from The Huffington Post

Mental Illness: The Stigma of Silence

What mental health needs is more sunlight, more, candor, more unashamed conversation. Mental Illness: The Stigma of Silence ~ Glen Close for The Huffington Post

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a picture well-painted of that dark place that forever binds some of our psyches #anxiety

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Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness #theirrationalmind #mentalillness #mentalhealth theirrationalmind.com

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Millions of people battle with depression annually. It can cause feelings including insomnia, eating problems, anxiety, and can even lead to suicidal tendencies. #signsofdepression

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from Mail Online

Could eating junk food make us CRAZY?

Junk food is causing an 'epidemic of mental illness' due to a lack of vitamins and minerals in our diet, expert warns Dr Julia Rucklidge is a psychologist at the University of Canterbury Says processed foods is causing an 'epidemic' of mental illness Diets rich in junk food and treats mean people lack essential nutrients Her work shows supplements help reduce symptoms of ADHD and PTSD Read more…

from Mail Online

Could eating junk food make us CRAZY?

Junk food is causing an 'epidemic of mental illness' due to a lack of vitamins and minerals in our diet, expert warns Dr Julia Rucklidge is a psychologist at the University of Canterbury Says processed foods is causing an 'epidemic' of mental illness Diets rich in junk food and treats mean people lack essential nutrients Her work shows supplements help reduce symptoms of ADHD and PTSD Read more…