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I don’t think models should be skinny I think people should not be told what size they have to be to model I also think you should be any size you want
Reasons Why They Want To Be Skinny Girls feel pressured to lose weight and look like super models Now there is a lot of talk about whether underweight models should be allowed on the catwalk
Real life models that suffered from anorexia nervosa August 2006 a model died from anorexia nervosa Luisel Ramos was 22 years old She died of heart failure after not eating for several days
Ana Carolina Reston She was a Brazilian model Died 3 months after Luisel Ramos Suffered from eating disorder
Anorexia Bulimia Bulimarexia Binge eating disorder
What is Anorexia Nervosa It’s a loss of appetite for nervosa reasons Mainly affect adolescent girls(sometimes boys also)
Loss of weight Change in behavior Weight loss might become sever and life threatening Lose contact with friends
When should Anorexia nervosa be treated Anorexia nervosa is a potentially life-threatening illness Should be treated as soon as possible There are self-help organization
Cycles of binge eating of excessive quantities of food Mainly affect girl in their late teens and early twenties
Changing for the cat walk
Was told if she want to make it big she had to lose weight
Ways they get rid of food Vomiting Laxatives Excessive exercising
It’s a strike diet, people become obsessed with becoming slim It’s a physical way of dealing with depression, stress or issues of self- esteem
What is does to your body It destroy your ability to control what you eat All your energy and emotions becomes tied up in your relationship with food
Since so many models have died from being underweight you have to be around 130 pounds and 5’5 to be able to walk the runway
Eating Disorders. Anorexia Nervosa Is an eating disorder characterized by a distorted body image. The individual has an irrational dread of becoming fat.
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Vicki Parr-Gallant & Jaime Tracey UNB Nursing. -Anorexia Athletica -Anorexia Nervosa -Bulimia Nervosa -Binge Eating Disorders -Eating Disorders not.
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Identify health risks associated with anorexia Explain the relationship between bulimia and dieting List the main health risks of binge eating disorder.
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Lesson 2: Eating Disorders. Eating Disorder – An extreme and damaging eating behavior that can lead to sickness and even death. 24 million people.
Myth Eating disorders affect only females. Fact Eating disorders affect females more than males, but males do develop eating disorders. Because of this.
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LO: To understand how a negative body image can affect a person. To understand the different types of eating disorder and they affect the body. On a full.
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