How Atypical Anorexia Nervosa Can Go Underdiagnosed

When you think of Anorexia Nervosa, you may automatically think super skinny and emaciated as a telltale sign. The truth is that there are teens who are anorexic that do not show the outside physical characteristics and clues towards the manifestation of an eating disorder. A report that has come out of Melbourne from the…

Reasons Diet Can Make a Difference in Your Teen’s Recovery

Drugs and alcohol can cause bodily harm to teens in a variety of different ways including through their diet. Substance abuse can take away your teen’s appetite to eat creating malnutrition or causing them to have the munchies and eat everything in sight while they are under the influence. Whatever the case may be, addiction…

Teen’s Need Regular Exercise and Nutritional Diet for Good Mental Health

Teens who eat too much of a non-nutritionally balanced diet and exercise too little are more likely to suffer from anxiety and depression compared to their peers. Teens who have a balanced diet that includes highly nutritional foods and regularly exercise or participate in some form of physical activity have a lower likelihood of developing…