Disordered eating practices in gastrointestinal disorders

@article{Satherley2015DisorderedEP,
  title={Disordered eating practices in gastrointestinal disorders},
  author={R Satherley and Ruth A Howard and Suzanne Higgs},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2015},
  volume={84},
  pages={240-250}
}
PURPOSE To systematically review evidence concerning disordered eating practices in dietary-controlled gastrointestinal conditions. Three key questions were examined: a) are disordered eating practices a feature of GI disorders?; b) what abnormal eating practices are present in those with GI disorders?; and c) what factors are associated with the presence of disordered eating in those with GI disorders? By exploring these questions, we aim to develop a conceptual model of disordered eating… 
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