By Kathleen M. Berg, Dermot J. Hurley, James A. McSherry, Nancy E. Strange, Ian McWhinney
First 3 editors of this identify carry educating posts on the collage of Western Ontario, and the fourth is a dietitian on the kid's sanatorium of Western Ontario, London, Canada
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Many patients with eating disorders consume large amounts of laxatives because they enjoy the feeling of a £at, empty stomach, although they may not like the accompanying cramps and diarrhea, and in the mistaken belief that laxatives reduce the amount of calories absorbed from food. Long-term use of laxatives tends to produce laxative dependence (the cathartic colon) (Goldbloom and Kennedy, 1995). Abrupt cessation of laxative use will result in decreased spontaneous bowel activity for some time until normal peristaltic function becomes gradually restored.
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Eating Disorders: A Patient-Centered Approach by Kathleen M. Berg, Dermot J. Hurley, James A. McSherry, Nancy E. Strange, Ian McWhinney