Washington: Unhealthy eating can cause women who are concerned about their diet and self-image, to experience a worsening of their moods, a new study has revealed.In the study by Penn State researchers, college-age women who were concerned about their eating behaviors reported that moods worsened after bouts of disordered eating, Kristin Heron, research associate at the Survey Research Center Penn State researchers. "There was little in the way of mood changes right before the unhealthy eating behaviors. However, negative mood was significantly higher after these behaviors," Heron said.According to Heron, who worked with Joshua Smyth, professor of biobehavioral health, Stacey Scott, research associate in the Center for Healthy Aging, and Martin Sliwinski, professor of human development and family studies, people who experience disordered eating patterns may exhibit behaviors such as binge eating, loss of control over eating and food intake restriction.The researchers detected little change in the participants` moods prior to unhealthy eating.
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