‘Fat Talk’ leads to eating disorders
SEATTLE — Thinking and saying you’re too big? You might actually be too small.
Experts believe that “fat talk” — frequent conversation centered around weight or body image — can lead to eating disorders. Doctor Neeru Bakshi with the Moore Center for Eating Disorders discusses the problems with fat talk, and the healthy ways to approach potential diets.
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