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Do dieticians take on anorexics and bulimics?

Very few nutrition centres take on people with these eating disorders. Having attended quite a few seminars lasting one or two months in this specific field, on top of my basic studies, I felt professionally competent to take on anorexics and bulimics. The last 5 years have been a great success for me in this field.

Anorexic and bulimia are eating disorders. Eating disorders have some psychological root. While these conditions usually appear in young women, over recent years there has also been an increase in the number of cases among young men.


Anorexia nervosa

Anorexia is a serious, often life-threatening disease. The key feature of this eating disorder is a reduction in the amount of food consumed and an excessive focus on body weight. Patients are excessively concerned about their food and about measuring calories and are averse to anything fattening.


Bulimia nervosa

Bulimia is an equally serious condition, which has two phases. In the first phase the individual devours large quantities of food within a short time span. In the second phase he/she feels pangs of guilt and intolerance, and takes measures to address these, such as intense exercise, or causing oneself to vomit or using diuretics or purgatives.