Penn Herb Wellness Guide
- Talk to a therapist
Work with a qualified professional to help you resolve any emotional issues that may contribute to your eating disorder
- See your healthcare provider
Get a checkup to find out if your eating disorder has resulted in any health problems that may require medical care
- Mix in a multi
Add a complete multivitamin to your daily diet to help prevent deficiencies, especially if you are anorexic or bulimic
- Think zinc
If you have anorexia, help improve your appetite by taking 50 mg a day of this essential mineral, along with 1 to 3 mg per day of copper
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