Binge Eating Disorder

binge eating disorder
By Heather Hamilton, PhD., LMHC, NCC, DCC  |  ©2022BreakThrough!

Simply stated, Binge Eating Disorder (BED)  is the consumption of excessive amounts of food within a limited time period. This type of disordered eating has elements of feeling out of control; the inability to stop eating as well as controlling how much is eaten. It’s a serious health concern because it can lead to a number of major health-related problems such as obesity, diabetes, and other inflammatory disorders.

Eating Too Much Too Fast

Binge-eating episodes may be planned in advance or happen when a person eats more rapidly than normal and feels uncomfortably full. Another common behavior is eating large amounts of food when there’s no physical sensation of hunger. Often with developed BED, one chooses to eat alone to avoid embarrassment with regards to the amounts and type of food they’re consuming.

Now, Let’s BreakThrough!

There are solutions and answers to this troubling eating-related disorder that can help individuals regain control of their lives, the BREAKTHROUGH! program This course and workbook are designed to facilitate healthy and intelligent weight loss along with long-term wellness. Anyone who’s ever experienced the disappointments associated with unsuccessful dieting or who’s experienced frustration or concern about body image and self-esteem should understand that BREAKTHROUGH! is designed to explore the reasons we eat and what we can do to recover.

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