Byline: SOPHIE GOODCHILD
SIMPLE online treatments could save many women from developing "sizezero" eating disorders, experts said today.
Research shows computer-based therapy has a dramatic impact on those at riskfrom anorexia and bulimia.
Experts at City University found "do-it-yourself " psychological treatmentsaccessed over the internet could boost self-esteem as well as reducing concernsabout shape and weight.
The findings are based on a survey of 1,107 female students, aged 17 to 36, whowere asked to "self-administer" by completing computer-based questionnaires.
These included completing a daily "food log" to help identify specific …