Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of undereat.

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Examples

  • The right balance prevents overeating or undereating.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Overeating leads to excess calorie consumption, but as discussed undereating can also do the same.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Why did the doctor show more concern for preventing a problem which my child showed no evidence of having-ie preventing undereating disorder, when she had overeating disorder?

    Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Best of 2009

  • FOOD-ADDICT SUPPORT GROUP, for anyone suffering from food obsession, including over - and undereating, a 12-step recovery program. 7 p.m.,

    Montgomery County community calendar, May 6-13, 2010

  • Along with anorexia (pathological undereating) and bulimia (bingeing and purging), psychologists are giving serious consideration to officially creating a separate and distinct eating disorder called binge eating disorder.

    The Life You Want

  • And so far, I've discovered that I had no idea what a serve was and also was seriously undereating my fruit and veggies because this is a real effort to complete everyday.

    Updatery

  • Our fourteen-day diet in Chapter 13 will show you how to plan your meals so that you feed your body regularly to avoid extreme periods of overeating and undereating that can lead to a gain in weight and inches.

    You: On a Diet

  • Since that time, I have varied from on plan, off plan, on plan but at middling carbs unlikely to result in weight loss, undereating, overeating, carb cycling, you name it.

    More thoughts on why low-carb the second time around | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Everything from abusing laxatives and diet pills to overeating and throwing up or undereating.

    'We're a Nation Under a Spell'

  • There are all kinds of ways of acting out—overeating, undereating, overspending, lashing out, romantic obsessing, drinking, drugging, gambling . . .

    Black Pain

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