In a study of adolescents, researchers found that Hispanics were significantly more likely to suffer from bulimia nervosa than their non-Hispanic peers. The researchers also reported a trend towards a higher prevalence of binge eating disorder in all minority groups. (Swanson, 2011). Exact statistics on the prevalence of eating disorders among women of color are unavailable. Due to our historically biased view that eating disorders only affect white women, relatively little research has been conducted utilizing participants from racial and ethnic minority groups. 2014. 3. 20. - According to the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), 'exact statistics on the prevalence of eating disorders among women of color are unavailable' because, 'due to our historically biased view that eating disorders only affect white women, relatively little research has been conducted utilizing participants . 2018. 2. 26. - Just a year before the peak of my EDNOS (eating disorder not . the prevalence of eating disorders among women of color still aren't available. Historically, eating disorders have been perceived as disorders that affect only white women (Gordon, Perez, & Joiner, 2002). Although the prevalence of eating . 2017. 5. 7. - As researchers have begun to look at these populations, we now know that the prevalence of eating disorders among African-Americans, . The prevalence of eating disorders is reaching parity disorders for women of color were attributed to the interactions between ethnocultural identity confusion . 2017. 7. 10. - She is committed to challenging the stigma that exists around eating disorders, particularly in communities of color. To understand more about . 2015. 2. 10. - Adding Color to Eating Disorder Awareness . We will first explore the prevalence of eating disorders in the community, the media's role in .