Food insecurity and eating disorder pathology

@article{Becker2017FoodIA,
  title={Food insecurity and eating disorder pathology},
  author={Carolyn Black Becker and Keesha M Middlemass and Brigitte M Taylor and Claramma Johnson and Francesca Gomez},
  journal={International Journal of Eating Disorders},
  year={2017},
  volume={50},
  pages={1031–1040}
}
OBJECTIVE The primary aim of this study was to investigate eating disorder (ED) pathology in those living with food insecurity. A secondary aim was to investigate whether any-reason dietary restraint, weight self-stigma, and worry increased as level of food insecurity increased. METHOD Participants (N = 503) seeking food from food pantries completed questionnaires assessing level of food insecurity, demographics, ED pathology, dietary restraint, weight self-stigma, and worry. RESULTS… 
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