Types of eating disorders
The 3 main types of eating disorders are binge eating disorder, bulimia and anorexia. People can experience symptoms of more than one eating disorder.
Binge-eating disorder (BED)
Binge-eating disorder (BED) often involves someone eating large amounts of food even after they feel full. Discover more about BED here.
Eating disorders - overview
An unhealthy relationship with food and eating may indicate an eating disorder, a potentially serious mental health condition.
Healthy eating tips and topics, such as vegetarian food, healthy food swaps and how to eat a balanced diet, among others.
Diagnosis of eating disorders
To diagnose an eating disorder, a doctor will need to assess your condition before referring you to the services you will need for recovery.
Treatments for eating disorders
Eating disorders can cause long-term health problems if you have one but don’t seek help early. Learn about treatment options here.
Eating disorders and body image
An estimated 1 million Australians experience a type of eating or body image disorder. But treatment is available to help them lead healthier lives.
Symptoms of eating disorders
It is not always easy to tell if someone has an eating disorder, but there may be physical and psychological signs that suggest they have a problem. Learn more here.
Healthy eating over 60
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Healthy eating for children
Encourage healthy eating habits in children by planning meals and shopping for healthy food. Being at a healthy weight helps children enjoy life more.