Diet and Eating Disorders

Diet and Eating Disorders

30 Million People in the US have a Diet and Eating Disorder. We are here for you!

Diet and eating disorders are medical illnesses, not a choice. 1 in 10 Americans will have a diet and eating disorder in their lifetime. While 95% of people with eating disorders are between age 12 and 25, people of all genders, races, ethnicities, and socioeconomic statuses are affected. With less than 6% of people having an eating disorder being medically diagnosed as underweight, it is not always associated with a change in physical appearance. Patients that are of color, LGBTQ+, disabled, overweight, or vetrens are also at higher risk. Diet and eating disorders can also negatively affect your mental health, and that of others around you as well. 1 in 4 with a eating disorder attmpt suicide. However, 60% of diet and eating disorder patients make a full recovery with early detection or intervention. Don’t wait to get the help you need now!

How do you know if you suffer from an Eating Disorder?

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While diagnosis by a licensed professional is needed, these are common symptoms associated with Diet and Eating Disorders.


    • Fasting
    • Frequent dieting
    • Extreme mood swings
    • Fluctuations in weight
    • Stomach cramps
    • Social dining anxiety
    • Obsession with weight, food, calories, etc. 
    • Concern with body size and shape
    • Dizziness
    • Difficulty concentrating
    • Dental problems
    • Dry skin
    • Insomnia
    • Weakness
    • Cold extremities
    • Skipping meals
    • Dresses in excessive layers
    • Excessive exercise
    • Binge/excessive eating
    • Body image issues
    • Picky appetite