anonymous
  • anonymous
Can eating disorders result in kidney damage?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
eating disorders can damage almost every part of your body.we need nutrients to keep our body working.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Starvation, lack of proper fluid intake, eight to ten ounces within eight hours (Perry Leroy R. Jr., "Think You're Drinking Enough Water?",Naturodoc.com, written for a website, no date), overeating and then purging, causes the body to lose and offset the essential balance of electrolytes. This can lead to a number of problems, some of which are life threatening; kidney failure is one such consequence.
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://suite101.com/article/kidney-failure-anorexia-and-bulimia-a107921

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes.
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Dean.Shyy
  • Dean.Shyy
Yes, because eating disorders are linked with nutrition. Remember, your body needs nutrition to function, especially the kidneys. Depending on what nutritional deficiencies you may incur, kidneys could be involved.

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