Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder, affecting three to five percent of women in the U.S. Unfortunately, it's the one least talked about. People who suffer from BED periodically eat large quantities of food in one sitting and feel unable to control those binges, and BED can—like other eating disorders—take a terrible toll on the sufferer, both mentally and physically.
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To flirt and survey prospective suitors, we no longer have to don our tightest jeans and meander our way outside to where people are—thanks to our smartphones, we can now flirt in the comfort of our pajamas during commercial breaks of The Bachelor with a glass of wine in hand. And with new dating apps like Sweatt, we can find someone who is just as into burpees as we are. What a time to be alive.
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We're all guilty of using the "no time" excuse for slacking on our gym time. (It's one of the 21 Ridiculous Ways We Justify Skipping the Gym.) But the reality is you can fit in a solid total-body workout in less time than it takes to choose a filter for your next selfie.
It's unfortunate, sure. But the fact remains that 90 percent of women have cellulite in some form. And while there's not a ton you can do about it (more on that later), you might as well know the ins and outs of what it is, why it happens and whether or not you can get rid of it.
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