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  • RT @beatED: In spite of the NICE guidelines calling BMI "unreliable," too many are still refused treatment http://t.co/q4KULUyGcB http://t.
  • No-one ought to feel 'anorexic enough' to get treatment. Jo discusses on @VictoriaLIVE http://t.co/3UXxxzd6Sf cc @beatED @FixersUK
  • RT @VictoriaLIVE: @MGEDT "I was told I'm 'not anorexic enough' to get help" http://t.co/2tcjlAEPVZ - check out our article and RT
  • Our Ambassador @DaveChawner will be on @BBCNews & @BBCBreakfast at approx 740am discussing #EatingDisorders & early intervention cc @beatED
  • RT @FixersUK: Great to see @caldwelljs96 in the @TheSundayLife talking about male #anorexia @MGEDT #FixerNation https://t.co/ihjcjnfydj

Welcome to the
Men Get Eating Disorders Too website

Men Get Eating Disorders Too is an award winning national charity is run by and for men with eating disorders including their carers and families.

Our website provides essential information that is specific to the unique needs of men and provides an online space for those affected to get their voices heard (e.g. peer support via our forum and one-to-one live chat sessions). We also campaign in the media and organise awareness raising events and training for professionals.

Latest at MGEDT?

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MGEDT first ever national conference a success

On 10th July MGEDT held our first ever national conference in our home city of Brighton. Over 100 delegates were able to attend despite the tube strikes! For a Twitter commentary of the conference please see our storify feed. Charlotte’s … Continue reading

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Dates announced for UK-wide Workshop Tour

Following the success of previous three Workshop Tour, we are pleased to announce dates for the Workshop Tour 2015. The following workshops are available for individuals who are seeking an increased insight and knowledge into eating disorders in males. Newcastle, … Continue reading

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New services for men with eating disorders and carers

New services have been announced over the past twelve months including face to face and online peer support groups. Our London men’s and carers eating disorders peer support group started in April. Funded by Make My Day Better Foundation (charitable … Continue reading

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Upcoming Groups

Aug04

London Men’s & Carers’ Eating Disorders Peer Support Group

Time: 7-8.30pm
Venue: One Westminster,37 Chapel Street, London, NW1 5DP

Upcoming Events

'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' is a registered charity in England and Wales no. 1139351.

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