Pierre Dechelotte

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The Manila Times
Orthorexia: When ‘healthy eating’ ends up making you sickbut not orthorexia. “The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term
The Manila Times / Posted 10 days ago
but not orthorexia. “The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term but it is not medically recognized,” said Pierre Dechelotte, head of nutrition at Rouen University Hospital in northern France and head of a research unit... Read more
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The Star
Orthorexia: When 'healthy eating' ends up making you sickbut not orthorexia. “The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term
The Star / Posted 10 days ago
but not orthorexia. “The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term but it is not medically recognised,” said Pierre Dechelotte, head of nutrition at Rouen University Hospital in northern France and head of a research unit... Read more
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Gulf News
Orthorexia: When 'healthy eating' ends up making you sickbut not orthorexia."The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term bu
Gulf News / Posted 10 days ago
but not orthorexia."The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term but it is not medically recognised," said Pierre Dechelotte, head of nutrition at Rouen University Hospital in northern France and head of a research unit... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Everything that you need to know about Orthorexia, when healthy eating is a banebut not orthorexia. "The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
but not orthorexia. "The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term but it is not medically recognised," said Pierre Dechelotte, head of nutrition at Rouen University Hospital in northern France and head of a research unit... Read more
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asianage
Find out how healthy eating may not always be goodbut not orthorexia. "The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term
asianage / Posted 10 days ago
but not orthorexia. "The term orthorexia was proposed as a commonly used term but it is not medically recognised," said Pierre Dechelotte, head of nutrition at Rouen University Hospital in northern France and head of a research unit... Read more
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