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Could you still have an eating disorder without being underweight?

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Dr. Roger Saint Laurent
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Absolutely. An

Eating disorder is more than anorexia (where one is very thin and still believes to be fat) or bulimia.
Having an eating disorder has to do with one's relationship to food which could be described as unhealthy or problematic. Eating more than one needs when not hungry, emotional overeating, etc.

In brief: Absolutely. An

Eating disorder is more than anorexia (where one is very thin and still believes to be fat) or bulimia.
Having an eating disorder has to do with one's relationship to food which could be described as unhealthy or problematic. Eating more than one needs when not hungry, emotional overeating, etc.
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