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WHAT IS BINGE EATING: BINGE CALORIES

In addition to the emotional toll resulting from binge eating, this behavior also leads to the accumulation of large numbers of unwanted calories. Weight loss or weight maintenance becomes impossible.

Studies show that the typical binge of overweight binge eaters includes between 400 and 1,000 calories, although binges of several thousand calories are not unheard of. The overeating episodes of those with binge-eating disorder typically contain fewer calories than the binges of people suffering from bulimia. Bulimics have been known to consume as many as 20,000 calories before they stop eating and counteract the effects of the food by forcing themselves to vomit.

Binge calories add up—fast. Five binges a week at 700 calories per binge adds up to 3,500 calories per week above and beyond the calories in your regular meals. Every time you accumulate an extra 3,500 calories, you will gain a pound on the scale. That's a pound a week, fifty-two pounds in a year just from binge eating.

In addition to extra calories, the discouragement you experience from binges results in on-again, off-again dieting and the accumulation of even more calories. Controlling binge eating is an absolute must for successful weight control.

Now that you know the details of binge-eating disorder, I'm going to give you a test to see if you have this problem.

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