Bisexual men are more likely to experience eating disorders than either heterosexual or gay men, according to a new report from the University of California San Francisco. Numerous studies have indicated that gay men are at increased risk for disordered eating — including fasting, excessive exercise and preoccupation with weight and body shape. But the findings, published this month in the journal Eating and Weight Disorders, suggest that bisexual men are even more susceptible to some unhealthy habits. In a sampling of over 4, LGBTQ adults, a quarter of bisexual men reported having fasted for more than eight hours to influence their weight or appearance, compared to 20 percent of gay men. Eighty percent of bisexual men reported that they "felt fat," and 77 percent had a strong desire to lose weight, compared to 79 percent and 75 percent of gay men, respectively. Not everyone who diets or feels fat has an eating disorder, said a co-author of the study, Dr.
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