Lack of hunger or not eating adequately can be due to many things, including stress, depression, trying to "make weight" for certain sports, or an eating disorder. Although eating disorders are much more common in females, they do occasionally occur in males.
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Orthorexia is an eating disorder characterized by having an unsafe obsession with healthy food. An obsession with healthy dieting and consuming only “pure foods” or “clean eating” becomes deeply rooted in the individual's way of thinking to the point that it interferes with their daily life.
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When teenagers go on fad or crash diets they can be at risk of not eating enough and not getting the nutrients they need for healthy growth and development. Severe dieting can lead to health and other problems like fatigue, poor concentration and loss of muscle mass and bone density.
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Here's what to know.
1. [See: 20 Tips for Saving Money at the Grocery Store.]
2. Skip the pricey grocery stores and brand-name items. ...
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4. Buy in bulk ... but don't let it backfire. ...
5. [See: Basic Money Lessons You (Probably) Missed in High School.]
6. Keep dishes simple. ...
7. Have your teen pitch in.
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