Category Archives: Eating Disorder

Processed Food Fuels Binge Eating

This entry was posted in Eating Disorder on November 20, 2014 and modified on April 30, 2019

Processed Food Fuels Binge EatingWhite bread, donuts and pastries, potato chips, cookies and snack crackers. What do these all have in common? They could be fueling your food addiction. Processed foods are high in refined carbohydrates, fats, sugar and salt and are designed not just to taste good, but to feel good in your mouth. Processed food companies want you to get hooked and have designed their foods to make that happen. Research is confirming that you really can get hooked on processed foods and that they are making you hungrier and pushing you toward binge eating.

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Diabetes and Eating Disorders

This entry was posted in Eating Disorder on November 7, 2014 and modified on April 30, 2019

Diabetes and Eating DisordersIn the last 15 years, a new eating disorder phenomenon has gradually earned more and more attention. The condition is formally known as ED-DMT1, for eating disorder and diabetes mellitus Type 1. The condition is also frequently referred to by the more informal name diabulimia. As both names suggest, this condition refers to the diagnosis of an eating disorder in patients who are living with Type 1 diabetes (formerly referred to as insulin dependent diabetes).

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