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Athletes and Eating Disorders

Eating disorders aren’t typically associated with sports, but the truth is, an array of different concerns are known in many different sports. Both female and male athletes are affected by the disorders as they struggle to maintain the proper weight to make the team, to get the right carbs, etc. Learn more inside this article.

Key Takeaways:

  • Playing sports, whether on a recreational basis or professionally, can offer so many rewarding benefits both physically and psychologically – camaraderie; increased self-esteem; leadership skills
  • Eating disorders occur in all sports. They can happen in both males and females, though are more common in female athletes.
  • n these sports, many athletes believe they have to be thin to be their best.

“Eating disorders occur in all sports. They can happen in both males and females, though are more common in female athletes.”

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