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Ever feel like your life is out of control? Are you exhausted and anxious? Has food become your escape?
Do you feel powerless with food? Are you so overwhelmed with the stress of everyday life you seek comfort and control with food? Have you ever binged so hard you felt humiliated, alone, and like a total failure? Have you binged more than once?
If so, you need to know more about BINGE EATING DISORDER and how to start getting your life back. Your inability to control yourself around food is destroying your health, your relationships, and your life.
You often find yourself exhausted and anxious about everything you have to accomplish in a day. You end up in front of the refrigerator finding food that will give you the feeling of satisfaction, control, and comfort that you desperately need.
BINGE EATING HAS BECOME THE INSTANT FIX TO EVERY PROBLEM YOU FEEL.
But this quick fix has a price, and you know you need to stop binging, but you feel helpless to stop yourself.
YOU HAVE TO LEARN TO CONTROL YOURSELF AROUND FOOD AND TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE.
If you have Binge Eating Disorder, you’re not alone! About 2.8 million people have been diagnosed with Binge Eating Disorder, making it the most common eating disorder in the United States.
Not everyone with Binge Eating Disorder is obese or overeats every day. Some just binge occasionally, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a problem.
According to the Eating Disorders Coalition, at least one person dies as a direct result from an eating disorder every 62 minutes.
It’s crucial to learn that food cannot solve your problems. Always remember....
”Food can distract you from your pain. But food cannot take away your pain.” (Karen Salmansohn)
In the book Binge Eating Disorder: Breaking Up Your Toxic Relationship with Food, you’ll discover:
The problem with food addiction
Why traditional diets NEVER EVER WORK
Taking control of your life with self-love
How weight stigma stops people from admitting they have a problem
Identifying your binge eating triggers
Getting rid of the diet mentality
The importance of mindful eating in recovery
Respecting yourself and your food
How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help
What to do when you’re tempted to binge
Managing stress in new, healthy ways
Why self-awareness is key
Creating a healthy mind for a healthy life
Self-actualization and Binge Eating Disorder
What to do when you’ve binged
And so much more!
Recovering from Binge Eating Disorder is not easy. But with determination, guidance, and an iron-clad commitment to yourself, you CAN start loving yourself more. You can realize that food is not the solution to your problems. You can recover your self-worth. YOU CAN DO IT!
As soon as you acknowledge your need for help, this book will guide you to take back control of your life.
If you are ready to find out how to recover from Binge Eating Disorder, start a healthier lifestyle, and live life to the fullest, scroll up and click BUY now.