Nutrition, Food, and You - Essay B - Eating Disorder

Nutrition, Food, and You - Essay B - Eating Disorder - Dior...

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Unformatted text preview: Dior, Gucci, Guess, Abercrombie, M.A.C… she had modeled for them all. She was gorgeous and she knew it. She was my girlfriend. I had dated her for 3 years now: a long time, I know. Yet recently, for some reason, confusion surrounded me. The more I tried to figure out what was bothering me, the more confused I would get. I couldn’t understand. A few months ago though, her and I went out to dinner. She said she was hungry as was I, so we picked a restaurant and drove over. We skimmed the menu together until we chose something we both seemed to like and shared a plate. She ate a couple bites, and drank a couple glasses of water, and soon said she was full. In awe at how little she had eaten, I asked, “Are you sure you don’t want anymore?” She replied yes, and thank you sweetie. I didn’t think much of her response, and finished up eating. The next morning she ate no breakfast, which was a bit unusual because every morning she is adamant about consuming her Yoplait yogurt cup. It’s a funny routine, but it’s her. But she she is adamant about consuming her Yoplait yogurt cup....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course NATS 101 taught by Professor Allister during the Spring '08 term at Arizona.

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