Our Mission

To provide educational information, research, and resources about bulimia nervosa, and any physical or mental health complications related to the eating disorder.


Bulimia.com is owned and managed by Hopeful Media. Our sister website is eatingdisorderhope.com. Our mailing address is, 11358 Highcrest Ct., Redmond, Oregon 97756. Or you can send us an email.

Types of eating disorders

Our Process

In the absence of any centralized source of information, learning more about eating disorders or how to find help can be difficult and confusing.

That’s why we’re dedicated to creating content that’s honest, ethical, and as well-researched as possible.

All of our information is sourced straight from scientific studies and other well-trusted institutions and thoroughly examined by doctors and experts before it gets published. And bias has no place here. We believe every person, body, and experience is unique, and write our content for anyone and everyone who may be struggling with these very real issues, taking care to keep the needs of all types of people in mind.

The Need for This Project

Bulimia nervosa (BN) is one of the most dangerous types of eating disorders affecting people today. Its pattern of disordered eating can lead to a number of health concerns, including dental, gum and esophageal issues; bone density and muscle mass loss; irregular heart rhythms; infertility; and, in the most severe or untreated cases, death.

And, unfortunately, this eating disorder impacts an outsized number of people, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

Bulimia nervosa is an entirely treatable condition, with a strong record of total recovery. And a multitude of resources exists to help people find the help they need, and stay on the path toward healing—and a healthier and happier future.Taking that first step may be the hardest part of the process, but it’s also the most important. At the Bulimia Project, we try to bring those resources to you, to help you get the best start possible on the journey toward recovery.

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Mental health is an extremely sensitive, personal, and important topic. We respect all calls and clients with the utmost privacy and care. To read more about our policies and legal stances, you can read our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.