A Better Understanding of Binge Eating Disorder and Its Effects on the Fat in the Abdomen.

A significant mental health disease called Binge Eating Disorder (BED) involves recurring bouts of eating huge amounts of food in a short time and losing control.

Understand Binge Eating Disorder and its impact on abdominal fat:

Consuming excessive amounts of high-calorie foods during binge eating episodes adds calories. Eventually, this calorie surplus might cause weight gain and obesity.

BED can cause weight gain across the body, but central obesity—fat accumulation around the abdomen—may be more likely. Abdominal obesity increases cardiovascular and metabolic risks.

Excess calories, especially from high-sugar and high-fat binge eating foods, may cause insulin resistance. Insulin resistance increases belly fat storage and metabolic syndrome.

Complications of binge eating include psychological distress, remorse, and shame. Emotional issues may cause overeating, making healthy eating difficult. Emotional eating may involve energy-dense comfort foods that cause weight gain.

Multidisciplinary BED treatment includes psychotherapy (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy), dietary counseling, and medication. BED treatment involves addressing psychological causes, increasing healthy eating, and learning emotional distress coping skills.

You or someone you know should get professional therapy for BED or disordered eating. emotional health specialists, qualified dietitians, and healthcare providers can collaborate to help manage BED and its emotional and physical health implications.

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