do for exercise - this makes it a lot more difficult for those with eating disorders," Callaway said.
The National Eating Disorders Association is fighting back with its own site, which promotes positive body image and encourages healthy attitudes about food and weight.
Sara is getting better after about four months of treatment at Castlewood. She's moved out of the treatment center to an apartment, though she still gets outpatient therapy.
"I want to recover," she said. "And I don't want this to be my life anymore."