Anorexia Annotated Bibliography Essay

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Annotated Bibliography for Anorexia Abraham, Suzanne. Eating Disorders the Facts. 6th ed. Oxford: OUP Oxford, 2008. Print. This book explains the main idea of the different eating disorders which are anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and obesity. The reason for this book is to inform and explain why eating disorders happen, what the symptoms are, and the treatment for the eating disorders. The author highlights the significance of learning reasonable eating, exercise patterns, and the task of self-help in mending. There are little fact boxes all throughout the book and a couple of anonymous stories throughout the book as well. One mini story in the book talks about a girl feeling like she needed to be thinner and all of her friends were dieting but her mother didn’t allow her to diet. Her mother claimed that it was just baby fat and that it will go away. But she knew that it won’t just go away so she had to pretend to not be hungry and not eat because she wanted to be skinny. The information in this book is extremely informational about my topic. Hooper, B.; Williams, E. B. “Anorexia: Too Complex an Issue to Simply Blame Mums.” British Nutrition Foundation. 36.2 (2011): 216-220. …show more content…

The most common age for the males to endure the disease is in their juvenile years. The article also provides the readers with the at risk males that can develop an eating disorder. The article states that males that play sports, struggling with their sexual identities, mental disorders, and even have family issues might be at risk for developing an eating disorder. There is also a section for groups suffering from this disorder and it explains to them what steps they can take to solve their problems. This article is just right for my topic because it explains why and what for each topic. It also expresses that males can also suffer from anorexia and not just

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