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Living With Diabulimia – The world’s most dangerous eating disorder

In The Press, News  /  29th September 2017  /  0 Comments

In the UK, 400,000 people live with type 1 diabetes, meanwhile Canadian research suggests as many as 60% of female type 1 sufferers have experienced an eating disorder by age 25.

You don’t get a day off when you’ve got diabetes. Every day is about blood sugar levels, needles and numbers. When you’ve got diabetes and an eating disorder, well, that’s a lot of numbers dictating your life, from calorie counting to watching the scales.

Read more about diabulimia and Becky’s story here

You can also watch the BBC Three Documentary Diabulimia: The World’s Most Dangerous Eating Disorder


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