‘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.

For more on a story about Fat talk from the NY Times, click here.


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