DLS Chapter 20 Health and Fitness
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continuous rhythmic activities that improve heart and lung efficiency
to stop eating
to make use of for a specific purpose
the ability to handle daily events in a healthy way
the body's ability to adjust to new conditions
to gain or attain usually by planned action or effort
the ability to focus on or perform a single activity for a long time
a condition in which a person's weight is 20% or more above his or her healthy weight
a diet which promises quick weight loss through unrealistic or unhealthful means
binge eating disorder
an eating disorder in which a person eats large quantities of food at one time
to get rid of something undesirable
an eating disorder in which a person feels an extreme fear of gaining weight and severely limits eating
an eating disorder in which a person eats very large amounts of food and then vomits or uses laxatives to get rid of the eaten food
stimulate bowel movements
a period of excessive consumption
an extreme eating behavior that can lead to depression, anxiety and even death
How do bulimics usually look?
How do anorexics usually look?
How do binge eaters usually look?