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National Eating Disorders Awareness Week ~ Binge Eating/Compulsive Overeating by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 3:42pm Binge or Compulsive Eating is the number one eating disorder! The following text is taken from http://www.friendlybingers.org/: Binge eating disorder is a specific type of eating pattern, which meets the following criteria. Diagnostic Criteria for Binge Eating Disorder Care needs to be taken when making a diagnosis ... Read on »
Emotional eating: what is it and why does it happen? by Howard F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 18 Apr 2012 12:00am What do we mean when we refer to emotional eating, and how does it differ, if at all, from compulsive overeating, binge eating disorder, and bulimia? It may surprise you but there is still, as of this writing, no official diagnosis for binge eating disorder, much less emotional eating. This is in spite of the fact that it is the most com ... Read on »
A Word about the "Food Police": Toward a New Vocabulary in Eating Disorders Recovery by Dr. Sari Shepphird Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Apr 2009 5:59pm Every now and again in eating disorders work, we need to expand our vocabularies. Sometimes, patients come to appointments with new terms that we need to have defined for us, such as "sham eating", "thinspiration", and "Ana Boot camp". In addition, as health-care professionals, we need to stay abreast of new findings that may expand or alter o ... Read on »
Recovery from Binge Eating IS Possible – I Have Recovered and You Can Too by helpfored Posted Wed 25 Dec 2013 3:49pm You Are Not Alone It is sad that so many people are suffering in silence, unable to give voice to their pain or reach out for help. It is also sad that the disorder operates in a way to make you feel like there is something wrong with you and that you are the only person who eats that way. That you are fundamentally flawed, incura ... Read on »
Are You Eating Too Much? by pehpot Posted Thu 22 Jul 2010 4:31pm Was there a time in your life where you thought your body is not pretty? Was there a time in your life where a carrot stick is all you should eat in order to feel pretty? I never experienced it as my self discipline is not that good. In fact, I should be exercising now but here I am sitting here and making my tummy grow bigger. I never really exp ... Read on »
Emotional Eating Solution - The Way To Stop Binge Eating Review Honest Testimonial by AndrewP Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 2:51pm According to over 500 customers testimonials this ebook contains useful information. The Special Guide was released on 2008-10-28 by JDEMOTION, Emotional Eating Solution - The Way To Stop Binge Eating . This great Ebook has been around longer than any direct competitor and the guide received only positive testimonials and reviews. However, only a f ... Read on »
Emotional Eating Solution - The Way To Stop Binge Eating Review Honest Testimonial by Salmony Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 4:38pm According to over 500 customers testimonials this ebook contains useful information. The Special Guide was released on 2008-10-28 by JDEMOTION, Emotional Eating Solution - The Way To Stop Binge Eating . This great Ebook has been around longer than any direct competitor and the guide received only positive testimonials and reviews. However, only a f ... Read on »
How to Recover From Eating Disorders by Neelam Posted Mon 15 Feb 2010 10:51pm Eating Disorders are characterised by abnormal eating habits and involve either excessive or insufficient food intake, which eventually becomes detrimental to both physical and psychological health. The exact cause of this disorder is not always clear and the reasons are often quite complex and not always fully understood. Today a significant p ... Read on »
Eating Disorders by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 4:39pm According to the National Institute of Mental Health an estimated 0.5 percent to 3.7 percent of females suffer from anorexia, and an estimated 1.1 percent to 4.2 percent suffer from bulimia, and between 2 percent and 5 percent of Americans experience binge-eating disorder. Among females ages 15-24 with eating disorders, the mortality rate is 12 ... Read on »
Green Recovery: Wendy Puts an End to Compulsive Eating Through a Plant-Strong Diet by Gena Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jun 2011 8:29pm Hello, lovelies! I loved your reaction to my blueberry oat bars ! And I love the bars themselves, so rest assured I’ll offer you some fun spins on the original recipe. I can’t wait to try it with other fruit flavors, grains, and toppings. Today, I’m here with a Green Recovery submission. Our past four have featured women who were pro ... Read on »