Georgi Readman, from the Isle of Wight, UK, has an aversion to fruits and vegetables that is in line with selective eating disorder, a little-studied condition in which extreme picky eating persists into adulthood.
She eats 30 miles of noodles every year and can’t stand for other foods, such as fruits and vegetables, to touch her plate.
Mum goes to the supermarket and brings back as many packets as she can afford.
She shows signs of selective eating disorder, a little-studied and not formally recognized condition in which picky eating persists into adulthood. Selective eaters feel they physically cannot stomach most foods, which may lead to problems in their social, work and love lives.
Readman’s doctors said she is malnourished and has the health of an 80-year old. She weighs about 98 pounds at 5’3″.