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8 Tips To Restore Your Metabolism After an Eating Disorder

  “Restricting, dieting, overexercising and calorie compensating is a recipe for a metabolic slow-down. Your metabolism is not “broken” or “damaged” but what has happened is that your metabolism has adapted to the low-calorie consumption to protect you from losing too much weight. It’s what the “starvation mode” is all about. It doesn’t mean one …

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How A Healthy Body Burns Off “Excess” Calories With No Dieting Or Exercise

“But what if I do overeat? How come I won’t become overweight or obese by doing this? If I eat more I need to restrict or exercise to compensate! Otherwise, the excess calories will turn into fat and I will gain unnecessarily! Maybe these are some of the questions you may wonder about the eating …

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Why Calories In = Calories Out Theory FAILS! Eating Disorder Recovery Explained

If you have been through yo-yo dieting, crash dieting or even eating disorders you may realise that you need to let go of restriction, eat more calories, exercise less (or even stop completely), and rest more to fully recover and come out of the burned-out state. This, however, may freak you out a little, understandably. …

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