Teen Suffers from Rare Disorder That Forces Her to Eat Just Cheese and Chips

by Kathy Jones on  July 31, 2012 at 9:02 PM Lifestyle News
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An 18-year old girl in Britain suffers from rare eating disorder that has made her eat just cheese and chips for the past eight years and cause panic attacks by the thought of eating other food items.
 Teen Suffers from Rare Disorder That Forces Her to Eat Just Cheese and Chips
Teen Suffers from Rare Disorder That Forces Her to Eat Just Cheese and Chips

Abi Stroud revealed that she suffers from Selective Eating Disorder (SED) and her weekly diet consists of three blocks of mature cheddar, three bags of frozen chips and three bags of bread.

Abi revealed that she stopped eating all other food items since she was 10 years old and once started crying when her teacher tried to make her eat a chicken nugget.

"I'm living off chips and cheese and I hate it. I'm so embarrassed about it - I've never had a boyfriend because I'm worried about what he would think. I never go out for dinner with friends or eat with other people because so I'm worried about being expected to eat something else", she told the Daily Mail.

Source: Medindia

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