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Eating Disorders

Summary: Persuasive essay on the relationship between developing eating disorders and dieting.
Most Americans can identify with weight problems and obesity. Women all over the country "feel fat," and people of every age, race and gender frequent health clubs and diet groups trying to lose weight. Open any magazine and there are advertisements proclaiming the newest diet techniques, most efficient exercises, and most effective diet pills. Dieting has become a normality for Americans; someone not concerned with his or her weight is regarded as an oddity. Weight loss is a continual effort, and there are many "remedies" a person might be tempted to try. Fad diets flood the weight loss industry. It is easy to fall for these diets, which are not necessarily promoted in the best interests of consumers. What many people do not realize is that many diets are not nutritionally sound, and quite often they do not work. Despite its popularity as a weight-loss technique, dieting leads...

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