Book: Binge Eating Disorder: Step-by-Step Guide to Prevention and Recovery from Binge Eating Disorder

Book Title:

Binge Eating Disorder: Step-by-Step Guide to Prevention and Recovery from Binge Eating Disorder.

Author(s): Michael Miller and Ashley Victoria.

Year: 2018.

Edition: First (1st).

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

Type(s): Paperback, Audiobook, and Kindle.


Do you consume abnormally large amounts of food in one sitting? Do you doubt that your untimely binging is a problem? Are you someone who is not comfortable revealing that you suffer from binge eating disorder? If your answer to any of the above questions is a “YES” then you have got hold of the right book.

Binge eating is a serious disorder that masks itself as overeating and can go undetected for long periods of time. It may surprise you, but binge eating affects more people than bulimia and anorexia. Consuming abnormally large amounts of food in one sitting becomes a regular feature in the life of binge eaters. Most of these individuals don’t even recognise that there’s something wrong with them until they get overweight or obese.

Part of the reason why this happens is because there is a lack of awareness among people with regards to this disorder. The symptoms are often passed off as overeating and most people think that it’s normal for someone to eat until their guts hurt.

The very reason we wanted to come up with a book for people suffering from binge eating disorder was to spread awareness about it so they don’t face the issues many people did and ignore the problem.

Through the course of the book, we intend to openly discuss binge eating in detail. Until now if you thought that you might have to live with this disorder forever, this guide will prove you wrong. Here is a quick snapshot of what is covered in the book:

  • Details of BED (binge eating disorder).
  • Symptoms of BED.
  • Preventive measures.
  • Steps to eliminate the habit.
  • Facts on binge eating.
  • Role of the society, family and media towards eating disorders.
  • Habits that trigger binging.

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