Norwich-based charity Beat offers help to obese people
People who are suffering from obesity will now be helped by a national eating disorders charity based in Norwich.
There are many who share an emotional relationship with food, the charity stated.
In an attempt to embrace eating disorder’s aspects, for a change in its constitution, its members had voted.
It also stated that about 250,000 people in the past year were affected by anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating and they were all helped by the charity.
Chief executive Susan Ringwood said, “Already some people who are obese or who feel they have lost control of their eating are contacting us because they have nowhere else to go.”
It was further added that a person gets motivated to seek support and help to recover when services are provided to him for which the charity offers its services.
People who are concerned about their weight are the ones who can seek help from the charity.
As earlier thought, it is much more when it comes to children having anorexia nervosa who are less than 10 years of age and it is more than two and a half times more.
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