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Drunkorexia: Substituting Alcohol for Food

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  Drunkorexia is an alteration of eating behavior. It occurs most frequently in young university students and manifests itself mainly at the weekend. During that time, and given that their objective is to consume alcohol during their leisure hours, students decide to restrict their food intake. In that way, they have more control over the number of calories they consume. We’re facing borderline behavior here that’s both disconcerting and worrying at the same time because it’s on the rise. In fact, what began as a practice among university students is now also spreading among the 25 – 35-year-olds.  It was…

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Chantal Maille
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