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Eating Disorders Expert
At first glance, I was tempted to remove this question from the forum as it appears provocative. However, I am not certain if this is where you are coming from and will give you the benefit of the doubt. I am not going to explain how someone becomes anorexic, however. Not eating regularly will lend to "rumbles" as this is the body's natural signal to tell you to eat something. Irritability is also likely. The dizziness is likely the result of a drop in blood sugar and can result in passing out, or even a seizure in some. Losing weight by starvation is both dangerous and irresponsible. It also ultimately lends to a lowering of the metabolic rate and consequential weight gain, which is where the term "yo-yo" dieting comes from. in fact, it is not quite like a yo-yo, because perpetual restrictive dieting usually results in more weight gain than initial weight loss. My advice is that you eat regularly and moderately through the day. That way you should likely not want to binge and you should not be preoccupied about food all day. I hope this adequately answers your question.
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