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Yoga: a new way to fight anorexia and bulimia

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Matthew Godino, a yoga instructor who recovered from anorexia, demonstrates poses beneficial to those with eating disorders February 3, 2007 in New York City. (Cassandra Vinograd/CNS)

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Matthew Godino, a recovering anorexic, teaches a yoga workshop for people recovering from eating disorders and addictions in New York City. (Cassandra Vinograd/CNS)

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Matthew Godino, a yoga instructor who recovered from anorexia, demonstrates poses Feb. 3, 2007, while discussing the benefits of yoga for those with eating disorders. (Cassandra Vinograd/CNS)

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Matthew Godino, a yoga instructor who recovered from anorexia, demonstrates poses Feb. 3, 2007, while discussing the benefits of yoga for those with eating disorders. (Cassandra Vinograd/CNS)

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Matthew Godino, a yoga instructor who recovered from anorexia, demonstrates poses beneficial to those with eating disorders February 3, 2007. (Cassandra Vinograd/CNS)

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People with eating disorders are turning to yoga for help in combating these life-shattering conditions. They know it works, and now experts agree.


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