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There are 2 comments on Orthorexia: Eating Clean, but Crumbling on the Inside

  1. I’m sorry, but that last piece of advice… “If that isn’t possible, she advises taking a close look at what you eat: eat more fruits and vegetables, choose water over sugar-sweetened beverages, and cook for yourself when you can.”? That is exactly what you should NOT be suggesting to anyone who might have orthorexia. Totally inappropriate ending to an otherwise interesting article.

    1. Right Eleni? Exactly what I thought. Orthorexics are tethered to fruits and veggies and water. Preparing their own food becomes controlling and ritualistic and could take months or years to reverse,

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