Unfortunately, the media and society often portray severely underweight young females as the prototype for having an eating disorder; however, anorexia nervosa is the only eating disorder that classifies underweight as a diagnostic criterion. Approximately 65% of individuals with bulimia nervosa have “average” body weight or are considered overweight. Additionally, binge eating disorder, orthorexia, compulsive overeating, and avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) do not have body types or weight restrictions included in the diagnosis.