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Food is significant in our lives. Though it may not be the chief requirement for sustaining life, food is definitely a highly vital requirement for maintaining life. We depend on the kind of food we eat to have energy for the broad variety of the activities that we do everyday.

Though all of us eat food, the goal of eating food differs a lot amongst us. Majority eat food to fill their hungry tummies Such people eat only to live, but there are few people who live to eat. They eat even though they do not sense any hunger and even also if they do not need some other of the nourishment. They just eat because they delight to eat and they enjoy the taste of their best-loved food. Only few of the people eat foods which are according to the body’s needs. Food is just required by the body with a limitation and proportionate amounts. The diet should be nutritive as well as should be in balanced order to yield the beneficial effects to the body.

When can we say that your food craving is already a disorder? Well, any kind of practice which is already uncontrollable or limitless is dangerous and can be problematic. When food is misused as a tool of managing with problems apart from hunger, then it graduallyturn an Eating Disorder. People obtaining eating Disorders crave certain foods such as chocolates, cakes, ice creams or any of their favorite food just to ease when they have some affectional problems.

Eating Disorders cannot be located to a single cause.There are variety of factors such as psychological causes, stress, issues with self-esteem, inability to cope with pressure, worry, emotional shock, chronic illness, sexual or emotional abuse etc; all of these can lead to Eating Disorder‘s development.

The disorder can be usually telescopic between 12 nd 25 years old which is more common in women.There is no particular predilection for any race, culture or ethnicity. There are many Eating Disorders but the Anorexia nervosa and the Bulimia are the most common which occur to them.

Anorexia nervosa, a type of an eating disorder in which the person who is affected develops phobia of eating too much food.They feel that they are grossly overweight as well as they already eat too much food which aggravate their weight matters.Because of this phobia, they cannot eat right meals and may even induced force vomiting just to have an empty stomach.When the abstinence of eating adequate food continues, it will be dangerous for the body making to lose weight, to obtainn anemia, hormonal imbalance, loss of bone mass and osteoporosis, etc.

Another kind of eating disorder is the Bulimia Nervosa wherein the person has a tendency to indulge in repeated episodes of overindulge eating.Binges usually coincide with the mood swings, emotional upheavals, mental upsets etc.The patient cannot deal the desire to binge and can eat huge quantities of food during the binge episodes.Finally, when the episode finished, the patient may acquire the feeling of guiltness and try to induce vomiting. Because of the vomiting and binging it can result to skin and mouth dryness, bad breath, great variations in the body weight, constipation, and lack of desire for sex, hormonal imbalance and the development of cardiovascular and some other disorders of internal organs.

Food wanting and Eating disorders are a major health issue and need professional help to overcome them.

Daniel Miller is a nutritionist as well as a consultant for the earthy health who lives in UK.He’s very healthy even though he is already 60 year of age and lives by the sea with his wife and a huge dog.



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Daniel Miller lives in the UK and is a nutritionist and a consultant in natural health. He is a very healthy 60 year old and lives by the sea with his wife and very big dog.<br /><br />

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October 11th, 2011 at 12:53 pm

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