Globalization of Eating Disorders

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The Globalization of Eating Disorders Eating disorders are a huge problem across the nation. Some of these disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia-nervosa, binge eating, and body dysmorphic disorder. Anorexia is a disorder in which subject obsesses about food and how much they eat, while a Bulimic person eats an excessive amount of food, then purges. People affected by these disorders are obsessed with food however; they do not want the calories, so they eat as much as they can, then throw it up. Binge eating is a disorder in which a person will eat excessive amounts of food because they cannot control themselves. This previous example is not seen as an eating disorder by itself, but it can be associated with one. When a person has…show more content…
In this show only extremely slender girls try out to be models. If America is going to have this show, we need to keep diversity and different body types in the show. Not every model needs to be sickly skinny. Magazines like “Allure”, “Cosmopolitan”, and “People” also make this mistake. These three magazines are a bad influence on teenagers and children. When they see the people in this, they become obsessed with that person’s body image and try to incorporate it into their own. In
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