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Healthy eating is not dieting; it’s a set of good habits that contribute to a healthy lifestyle. Are you ready for some tips?
The EU’s activities on Youth Health aim to help your country's government, NGOs and other actors take action to improve your and your friends' health. But it’s also time you get involved by making responsible lifestyle choices.
Mädchen und junge Frauen sind besonders gefährdet an Essstörungen wie Magersucht, Bulimie oder Esssucht zu erkranken. Rund 5 Prozent der weiblichen Jugendlichen zwischen 12 und 18 Jahren leiden an einer solchen Erkrankung.