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Boys, girls, men and women from all backgrounds and ethnic groups can be affected by eating disorders.

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News & Research

Government publishes green paper on children and young people’s mental health

Government publishes green paper on children and young people’s...

13/12/2017

Last week the government published a ‘green paper’ about improving mental health...

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Our response to PHSO enquiry into anorexia death

08/12/2017

Beat, the UK’s eating disorder charity, urges the Government and NHS England to...

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Beat Impact Report

04/12/2017

Welcome to Beat's first Impact Report.  In April 2016, we set off wit...

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Your Stories

Anorexia – why?

Anorexia – why?

14/12/2017

When I was a teenager, members of my family – parents and aunts – grumbled daily...

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Laura

Letting Go of Perfectionism in My Recovery from Anorexia

11/12/2017

Just like every other human emotion and experience, eating disorders are full of...

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"If you’re suffering from an eating disorder this Christmas, sta...

11/12/2017

'Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...', 'Mistletoe and Wine...', 'With candy ca...

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Early Intervention

Realising that you or someone you know might have an eating disorder can be frightening. But eating disorders, while serious, are treatable, and it is very possible to make a full and sustained recovery.

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HelpFinder

Search HelpFinder, Beat's directory of eating disorder services. Listings include NHS centres, counsellors, therapists, private clinics & support groups near you.

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Beat Champions

Beat Champions are our community of regular givers and provide us with essential funds to allow us to carry out our work.

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Online Support Groups

Chat with other recoverees and carers in one of Beat's chat rooms. Sessions involve a mix of themed discussion and general conversation.

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