Today more attention is being brought to this issue, not only is the medical world but the public one as well. Popular articles have been published for majority of the public to read in multiple newspapers and prominent magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Gentlemen Quarterly. In the July 2013 Cosmo article, “The Rise Of The Dieting Dude,” author Annie Daly highlights the fact that modern men’s obsession with dieting and their body image is seen as normal even when they go to extreme lengths. Daly includes real examples from men that refuse to eat certain foods and that having obsessive eating habits. The major problem with her arti...
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