If you’re someone who...
Is fed up of regularly cycling through episodes of uncontrollable binge eating.
Is desperately trying to break out of this cycle.
And just wants a normal life with food again.
Then this eBook is for you.
I am going to go take you through five simple self-help steps that will assist you in breaking out of the binge eating cycle.
These techniques are scientifically proven to be effective in breaking the binge eating cycle! In fact, research shows that nearly half of those who implement these strategies properly experience a 70% reduction in binge eating within just 4 weeks.
Before you can even think about tackling your binge eating, you first need to know what’s causing it. Luckily, binge eating is pretty predictable. We usually have a very good idea of what’s causing it.
I go through five simple self-help steps that will assist you in breaking out of the binge eating cycle.
To help you along your journey, I’ve also provided you with some additional worksheets that will come in handy when you’re completing some of the recommended steps.
How long will it take to see change?
The more effort you put in and the more you actually implement these strategies, then the quicker you’re likely to see improvements. Research shows that nearly half of those who implement these strategies properly experience a 70% reduction in binge eating within just 4 weeks.
Just remember, if you’ve been binge eating for many years, then you shouldn’t expect success overnight. It will take time.
Do I have to read this whole thing?
These steps are designed for you to follow in order.
Research shows that implementing these steps in this order is necessary for achieving the best outcomes!
However, if you find certain sections more helpful than others you're more than welcome to focus your energy there!
Do these steps work the same for everyone who binge eats?
In principle, yes. This is a transdiagnostic approach to tackling binge eating, which means that it is suitable for everyone who binge eats, regardless of whether you have a confirmed eating disorder or whether you experience binge-eating disorder or bulimia nervosa.
Can I download this guide and read it later?
We’re glad you asked! You sure can. Just click the download button above, and enter your email address. We’ll email you the guide so you can download it and print it to read it at your leisure.
Jake Linardon, Ph.D., is a Research Fellow and Lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia.
Jake’s research focuses on how we can best improve existing eating disorder treatments. He is the founder of Break Binge Eating, an open-access website designed to bring free, evidence-based information and research related to eating disorders.
Jake is also an author of more than 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, most of which are published in the world’s leading clinical psychology journals, and he currently serves as an editorial board member for the International Journal of Eating Disorders and Body Image.
I really want each and every person who downloads this guide to feel like they're improving their relationship with food through an evidence-based approach to treatment. So before you hit the download button below commit to making a change!
"I cannot explain to you in words how much the practice of engaging with the steps and exercises helped me with my binge eating. Since finishing the steps I have maintained my regular eating habits and although there are days that I eat more than I desire I don’t beat myself up. I am working on respecting and accepting my body for the way it is"
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