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Orthorexia Nervosa is a eating disorder where the sufferer is obsessed with only eating healthy Food.

Orthorexia nervosa is not currently recognized as a clinical diagnosis in the DSM-5, but many people struggle with Symptoms associated with this term.  An “Unhealthy Obsession” with otherwise healthy eating may be suffering from “orthorexia nervosa,” a term which literally means “Fixation On Righteous Eating.” Orthorexia starts out as an innocent attempt to eat more healthfully, but orthorexics become fixated on food quality and purity.

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∗ By any means I am no doctor nor do I claim to be one.  Eating disorders are very serious and should be dealt with properly.  If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of this disorder or any eating eating disorder, Please go a seek out help.  Always remember you are beautiful and it doesn’t matter what other peoples opinions are.  The only opinion you should ever worries about is Your Opinion.

Check out these links for help and other information on eating disorders

Eating Disorder Hope

Get The Facts On Eating Disorders

Mortality and Eating Disorders

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