Prisoners of the plate

Krizmanic, Judy
April 1995
Vegetarian Times;Apr95, Issue 212, p100
Focuses on vegetarianism and eating disorders that are masked through vegetarian diet. Increased number of eating disorder patients who claim that they are vegetarians; Questions that help nutrition consultants detect problems; Intervention for a person with eating disorder.


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