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    For breakfast i had a smoothie: 3 bananas, 60g spinach, 1 tbsp flax/linseed, mango.Morning tea: apple and nutsLunch:burrito bowl- beans, lettuce, corn, cucumber, tomatoAfternoon tea: Dr Fuhrmans "anti-cancer" soup-Split pea, Onions, Zucchini, Carrots, Celery, Leeks Mushrooms Dinner: Rice with broccoli, cauliflower and mushrooms
    I also have a cup of tea in the morning and evening (i use rice milk)

    I dont do much exercise either.l.
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    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Orthorexia


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    I understand that your trying to help but im vegan(and i dont have orthorexia) and in general i dont eat things like chips/lollies because its easier to just grab a carrot out of the fridge than go and buy those things.



    Choosing healthy food does not equate to orthorexia. People can adhere to just about any theory of healthy eating without having an eating disorder (with the only caveat that such a diet must provide adequate nutrients). For example, veganism itself is not an eating disorder. Far from it. Veganism can be a wonderful, admirable healthy lifestyle, and its ethical and environmental motivations are exemplary.
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    As a vegetarian I understand your point. In order to be 'healthy' you should really try to increase your calorie intake. Try to have nuts for example as a snack. There are some nice cooking books and websites with recipes and tips for vegans
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    Lol. Are you seriously asking this? You think thats unhealthy? ..
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    Lol. Are you seriously asking this? You think thats unhealthy? ..
    Im asking people for their opinions
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    No-one can tell you at all whether you're healthy just from a meal you ate at a particular day. Your health doesnt change rapidly just from eating one bad meal.

    If you are worried about being unhealthy (and also showing symptoms), then I'd recommend seeing a doctor who will be more knowledgeable.
 
 
 
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