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Maternal Child Health Program
School of Public Health and Community Medicine 
University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195


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This web site was partially supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau through grant number 6T76-MC00011


Adolescent Nutrition

Jane Mitchell Rees, PhD, RD, CD
Departments of Health Services and Pediatrics 
Maternal Child Health and Adolescent Medicine 


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Adolescent Nutrition and Eating Disorders

Chapter 1  Eating Disorders During Adolescence

Chapter 2  Anorexia Nervosa In Adolescence

Chapter 3 Onset of Anorexia Nervosa during Adolescence

Chapter 4  Initial Stage of Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescence

Chapter 5  Crisis Stage Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescence

Chapter 6  Long-Term Recovery Stage Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescence

Chapter 7 Bulimia Nervosa in Adolescence

Nutritional Care Summarized - Table

Selected References & External Links

List of Reviewers

N.W. Regional Web Symposium
MPH Student Research 
Biographical Information


Being a healthy adult depends on being a healthy adolescent.  While nutritional health is a key component of adolescent health, the number of adolescent nutrition specialists world wide is very small;  many educators, students and health care providers have no access to these specialists.  This Web Site is dedicated to making knowledge of adolescent nutrition accessible to the vast audience who need understand, and guide parents and teenagers through the crucial adolescent years.

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Supported by a supplement to Grant # 4176 MC 00011-16 S2RO from the US/DHHS Maternal Child Health Bureau, Health Resources Services Administration (MCHB/HRSA).


This Web Site is a reference for health care professionals, students and educators; it is not intended to provide advice or treatment to people with eating disorders.  If you have an eating disorder or disturbed eating patterns, consult a qualified physician who specializes in eating disorders. 

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