Can excessive juice cleansing lead to an eating disorder?

Brenda K. Wade, PhD

Excessive juice cleansing can indeed lead to an eating disorder, in that the behavior mimics the classic cycle of food addiction. In this video, psychologist Brenda Wade, PhD, discusses how excessive juice cleansing can become an eating disorder.

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