Disordered Eating vs. Eating Disorder - Health Channel


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Disordered Eating vs. Eating Disorder, Health Channel

Dr. Paula Levine, Psychologist and Founding Director of the Miami Counseling Resource Center, explains disordered eating is when you, for example, do not have breakfast to save calories until lunch or dinner, even though nutritionists say it is good to start your day with breakfast.

She also says another example of disordered eating is having a very different style of weekend eating than weekday eating.

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