Health Tip: Am I A Binge Eater?

Controlling eating habits

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(HealthDay News) -- Binge eating disorder is characterized by regularly overeating and feeling that you have lost control of your eating habits.

The Weight-loss Information Network mentions these warning signs of binge eating disorder:

  • Eating a significant amount of food in a short period, such as two hours.
  • Feeling you can't stop yourself from eating too much.
  • Eating food unusually quickly.
  • Eating until you feel uncomfortably full.
  • Eating big portions even when not hungry.
  • Eating alone, or feeling depressed, guilty or disgusted after eating too much.

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