restrictive eating

restrictive eating

Limiting food intake to a certain number of calories or to certain foods or food groups.
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The Paleo Diet never does well in our rankings," said Haupt, adding both are restrictive eating plans.
An increasing number of teens were hospitalized for restrictive eating despite not meeting the clinical definition for anorexia nervosa, according to a recent study.
The Youth Program is not a diet or restrictive eating plan, and it's not based on pre-packaged meals or a point system.
Many have a history of being overweight and previously restrictive eating or dieting history before they develop binge eating disorder.
Young children had clinically significant restrictive eating disorders, and the incidence exceeded that of type 2 (non-insulin dependent) diabetes mellitus.
Crashdieting is counter-productive as extreme weight loss is only achieved by extreme measures, such as very restrictive eating or over-exercising.
That goes on to highly restrictive eating with rapid weight loss, down to dangerous emaciation.
Sadly, in line with our cultural ethos of "self improvement," excessive physical exercise and restrictive eating are perceived as adaptive and healthy: signs of much vaunted self-discipline.
And sticking to the restrictive eating plan afterwards is not simple over a period of months.
Aficionados of wacky diets may also be at risk - and celebrity fans of restrictive eating practices may be unconsciously putting their health under strain.