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You really don't. Not unless you do it after every meal, and it is bad for you.

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It all depends on the severity of the individual's bulimia. Some may lose as much as 10 pounds. Most might lose a pound or two, but it is possible for some bulimics to even gain a bit of weight or at least maintain the weight that they were at to start with.

he went on a great diet called bulimia.

Anorexia will generally cause faster weight lossthan bulimia will.

Occasionally, you will lose 100% of your body weight. Death can result from esophageal tears, electrolyte imbalance, and pneumonia from inhaling food particles. Don't do it.

Bulimia is not a weight loss method, it is an eating disorder. While you may lose weight early on, your body is made to adapt to the environment and therefore will get more effective at aborsorbing the calories you put into it. The end result is that you will no longer lose weight. I recommend you seek professional help through counseling and/or medication. The combination of both has been shown to be very effective at treating bulimia.

as fast as it takes for your teeth to rot.

oh, no... you mighht have bulimia or anorexia. dont be obsessed with losing weight by using laxatives, avoiding food, or throwing up. laxatives used to lose weight hurt your body internally. research bulimia or anorexia and learn the facts,and research laxatives. thank you

if you are thinking of turning to bulimia to lose weight DONT! You are foolish! Your more likely to put on the weight from purging using laxatives and binge eating than losing..!

Self Starvation--Anorexia Eating then vomiting--Bulimia Overexercising--Exercise bulimia Dieting is a temporary way to lose weight. Talk to your doctor about a diet plan that is right for you.

Purging after meals can be a dangerous way to lose weight and should not be tried as a "diet". It can lead to bulimia nervosa and a distorted body image .

You can lose weight by exercising (not too vigorously) and having a well balanced diet

You are f---ing STUPID!!!! Go on a diet for F--- sake. Bulimia is NOT a diet and it is nothing to F------ joke about.

Yes, however this is almost never recommended. Vomiting to lose weight is a serious eating disorder called Bulimia.

That would depend on what your eating disorder is, if it is that you are prone to overeating, it is going to be difficult to lose weight, on the other hand, if you have a eating disorder like anorexia or bulimia, you will lose weight.

Bulimia will not help you lose weight.Only healthy eating and exercise will do that.You can lose weight being Bulimic but it will happen much slower then an anorexic. Also most of what you lose is water weight not actual weight. It depends on what kind of bulimic you are as well.

Bulimia is not a way to lose weight, it is a mental disorder that ruins your life, destroys your body, and most of the time, results in weight gain. Most bulimics are average weight if not over weight. It is not a way to lose weight.

Yes, you can lose weight by throwing up meals, but doing that is not recommended. It is one of the worst methods of losing weight, and is part of an eating disorder called Bulimia. People die from Bulimia. If you need to loose weight, there are many healthier ways to do so.

being bulimic is where you make yourself throw up to try to lose weight

No no no no no Bulimia is a disease and its addicting. Try excercising!

Purging is a sign of the dangerous and often deadly eating disorder known as bulimia nervosa. Though it can lead to some weight loss, bulimia is highly addictive and very destructive. It can ruin the body and cause many health problems, and is definitely not a good method of weight loss.

Bulimia is different from Anorexia, although there can be some similarities. People dealing with Bulimia do not typically lose weight. It is (very generally) characterized more by alternating periods of bingeing and purging. [This is not suggesting that bingeing and purging is done only by people suffering from Bulimia.] It can be a dangerous condition, and if you know anyone who might be dealing with it, it is very important for the person to talk with a physician. No. Most people with bulimia are average weight or slightly overweight. And no eating disorder of any kind is a healthy way to lose weight. They can cause severe damage to internal organs, such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, esophagus, stomach, and can also cause a person to have severe dental problems.

I have lost ATLEAST 7 -10 pounds a week purging. I recommend fasting during the day and binge/purge at night. Or just eat normally but purge. People who say bulimia doesn't help you lose weight are liars. How do they know if they haven't lived it? I have gone from 290 to 220 using bulimia and it comes off quick. bulimia works. I'm sorry but this is ridiculous. I've made myself purge, it DOES make you lose weight, but it also makes you lose teeth and hair. Stick to a healthy diet and exercise. It makes such a big difference, and you'll feel so much better about yourself.

Exercise equipment does not cause bulimia, low self-esteem and respect for your body causes bulimia. However, often times bulimics over-exercise in their attempt to lose weight, so exercise and bulimia can sometimes be paired together.

It all depends on the severity of the individual's bulimia. Some may lose as much as 10 pounds. Most might lose a pound or two, but it is possible for some bulimics to even gain a bit of weight or at least maintain the weight that they were at to start with.

Not very much because they are throwing up the food, not the protein and such. Bulimia really only effects your body and if your goal is losing weight then doesnt do you much good. If you really want to lose weight fast become anerexic. A few straberries a day will keep you losing weight until you die :p lol Or until you stop yourself.

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