get her to blaze some grass.... she will eat
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Skipping a meal now and then can be beneficial. In fact, there is research that supports the concept that occasional fasting promotes longevity.
That being said, starving oneself down to an unhealthy weight can hardly be called beneficial, but neither is taking her to McDonalds and stuffing crap down her gullet.
There are PLENTY of calorie dense, healthful foods out there. Coconut, Avocado - any healthy fat is packed with cals. Whole grain and sprouted grain breads too are a very good option for packing in the cals. Or a nice cut of grass-fed beef or bison, untrimmed!
...reccommending McDonalds... It's just trading one health problem for another potentially.
If you're in the UK there are specialist dietitians who can help if there are any underlying eating issues with your friend. I'd play it safe before you start intervening yourself since it may cause more damage in the long term.
my ex was about 5'6 as we;; and weighed between 89-98 lbs...
She has alot of issues though that might add to that. She never really ate, and when she did it was not alot. I made her eat, because she always felt so weak and tired. She eventually got better habits and hit 100. Its really about her needing to understand that she HAS to eat, and to be disciplined enough to eat meals.
I have a bad habit of meal skipping due to stress.... I know its time to eat, but i just cant go make it. And I am not hungry at all. Most the time I eat, I am not hungry. I grew up a gamer, I can go 2 days on Dr. Pepper, with a bag of cheetos for sustanance....well used too, I have muscle now...
Check for a few issues I know my ex had...which includes worms...yeah, lets not go there...
also, is she on any medications or taking anything?
My ex had a messed up menstrual(i think thats spelled wrong) cycle, which I think messed up her hormones, and cause alot of issues alltogether....which I believe led to the light wieght, and not wanting to eat right.
She had a doctor tell her she neeeeeded to eat. But you cant force anyone to do anything...
You did your best though mate, seeking professional help was probably the best thing to do. Providing help via peer/family pressure often makes the situation worse if the disturbed eating habits are chronic.
I used to weigh 95lbs before I had kids and I had no eating disorders at all.
I used to have to see a DR. for blood work and for weight checks every month as a child because I did not gain much. Other than a low white blood cell count they found nothing.
I was made to eat bagels and milkshakes with my regular meals to try to gain weight. LOL once I had kids that was no longer an issue.
I am now 5'3" and 126lbs of solid muscle and can put on fat just like anyone else now if I'm not careful.
dont eat too much fruit or she'll put on body fat. but tell her to eat frequent meals, every 2 hours, until she gets used to eating a lot and her metabolism gets somewhat normal. Also, her stomach size will grow and she will be more hungry more often.
Genetics can have contribute to many issues, but not as much of an influence as you might think. Diet, lifestyle, and environment play more important roles.
There's a lot of differences between females everywhere, wherever they are from.