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The Eating Disorders Associated with ADHD

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You may opt out at any time. Terms of Use and Privacy Policy . The connection between food, appetite, satiation, and weight is complicated — perhaps more so in the ADHD brain.Individuals with an eating disorder fear gaining weight, especially in the form of body fat.

According to research published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders, adults with ADHD are four times more likely to develop eating disorders than are people without ADHD.1Eating disorders are serious — but treatable — conditions.

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