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Q: The majority of people with eating disorders: A. exercise moderately. B. exercise compulsively. C. avoid exercise. D. exercise occasionally.
A: The majority of people with eating disorders B. exercise compulsively.
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User: The majority of people with eating disorders: A. exercise moderately. B. exercise compulsively. C. avoid exercise. D. exercise occasionally.





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The majority of people with eating disorders B. exercise compulsively.
Added 9/15/2012 9:39:24 AM
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Which one is your answer? You answered this question in a live conversation, your answer was C. avoid exercise.
Added 9/15/2012 9:40:47 AM
My answer is B. exercise compulsively. In the live conversation i quickly chose C. avoid exercise without understanding the question but upon research i found out that the answer is B. exercise compulsively.

Person with eating disorder become compulsive exercisers in order to control their weight and to expend excess calories.
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