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medicine, coined the term “orthorexia nervosa” (ON) to describe an eating pattern characterized by an almost pathological fixation on and obsession for healthy eating ( Bratman, 1997 ). Preliminary criteria for the diagnosis of ON were proposed in 2004

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, or the pathological form of an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy, Orthorexia Nervosa (ON) ( Strahler & Stark, 2020 ). Depending on the instrument employed, prevalence estimates vary widely. While health-oriented eating patterns are becoming more

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; 158: 1058–1066. [Hungarian] 6 Varga M, Dudás K, Túry F. Orthorexia nervosa – Health food addiction. In: Demetrovics Z. (ed.) Basics of addictology, IV. [Az orthorexia

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Ildikó Ábrahám
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Máté Jambrik
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Balázs John
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Adrienn Réka Németh
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Nóra Franczia
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Laura Csenki

factors. J. Eat. Disord., 2013, 1, 13. 47 Bratman, S.: Orthorexia nervosa. Yoga Journal, 1997. Available from: http

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kérdését; „az étel mint totem és tabu” című rész az étel és az étkezés potenciálisan közösségépítő szerepét taglalja, míg a fejezet az egészséges táplálkozás spektrumának szélső pontjaként értelmezhető orthorexia nervosa tárgyalásával zárul. A hatodik

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Ferenc Túry
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Pál Szabó
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Szilvia Dukay-Szabó
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Irena Szumska
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Dávid Simon
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Günther Rathner

countries. This makes surveys taken outside Western countries all the more interesting. An indication of the rapid changes is the appearance of new presentations of EDs and body image disorders every five to ten years (such as muscle dysmorphia, orthorexia

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