Are you a binge eater, a stress eater or an emotional eater?
You’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from one of these three eating disorders. It can be embarrassing to admit, and detrimental to your health.
Eating disorders are very hard to fight by yourself. Consider the circumstances surrounding each of these eating disorders.
If you’re a binge eater, you don’t know when to stop eating. You feel the uncontrollable urge to just eat, even if you’re already full.
If you’re a stress eater, you eat when you’re stressed out. Any type of stress can set this off, whether it’s physical, mental or emotional.
If you’re an emotional eater, you eat to keep control. The fact is you feel out of control in certain situations, so you eat in order to stay in control of something.
All of these eating disorders lead to feelings of guilt, remorse, disgust, depression and weight gain.
It’s a vicious cycle. When you eat too much, no matter the reason, your body stores the calories you don’t need as fat. Over a period of time you begin to gain weight.
When you see yourself gaining weight, you start feeling negative. You may feel bad that you made yourself gain weight. You may be disgusted that you eat so much and can’t stop. You may get depressed because you feel you can’t control yourself. These negative feelings lead to more eating, and the cycle continues.
You can break out of this cycle. We can help you.
First, we need to get to the root of your eating disorder. Then we will help you to find healthy ways to deal with your emotions. There are plenty of things you can do besides eat when you get upset or stressed out. We will help you to find other activities that can replace eating.
If you feel like you just can’t control yourself around food, we can help you to gain the self-control that you need.
During this course of self-discovery, we can also help you lose the weight you gained due to your eating disorder. The result will be a healthier you – not just physically, but emotionally and mentally too.
We will tackle these three areas at once, using a program that is tailored to you as an individual. Think of the time and effort that it will take to become the person you know you can be. Don’t you think that it’s worth the investment?
Contact us today at (801) 907-1391 for more information. We’re ready to help you conquer your eating disorder.