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Minerva Psichiatrica 2007 December;48(4):397-402

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The nutritional management of eating disorders

Birmingham C. L.

Eating Disorders Programme Department of Psychiatry University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada


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Nutrition is an important part of the treatment of eating disorders because malnutrition is, in part, causal; malnutrition results in morbidity and mortality, successful management requires treatment of malnutrition and the chance of relapse can be reduced by normalization of nutritional and eating behaviour.

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