How to work through binge eating


Do you ever get so overwhelmed with your emotions where all of the sudden you find yourself deep into bags of chips or the container of cookies?

Or, do you find yourself craving something, like a cupcake or a donut, but you feel like you can't eat that because it's not ~healthy~ so you find a copy-cat healthy recipe, it doesn't satisfy you, so try to make something else, which still doesn't satisfy you, so you go out and buy the donut you've been craving?

When these things happen, you’re probably feeling guilty after.

Enter the cycle of binge and restriction, where you overindulge one day on things you deem you aren't allowed to eat and the following days you cut back so drastically to make up for the overeating you feel guilty for. It feels like it just doesn't stop.

I know how you feel and I have helped so many women that have those same stories and feelings too

So what's their secret BESIDES working with a dietitian to get to the root of their nutrition problems?

They ask for help and know how to have special treats in their daily routine to minimize cravings as well as learn how to work through and beyond binge cycles to use their energy in a more helpful way

Bingeing can be a result of an emotional trigger like stress or boredom, but also a result of restriction. For the most, many binges tend to start from a place of restriction, like denying yourself any sweets or candy can put you into a vulnerable place for when you are in a situation that there are large amounts of the foods you've been denying yourself. You start to feel like you can't say no because that food is EVERYWHERE, then, you give yourself an inch and eat a small candy bar and 10 minutes later you're fist deep in the Hershey Kisses eating them until you feel sick.

What can we do? Ask for help and accountability PLUS have some of these foods that we often consider trigger foods as part of our regular routine. one or two mini chocolates at lunch won't be the reason you aren't making progress.


They actually could be the fuel to keep you going and staying consistent because you won't feel deprived from your favorite foods.

Yes you can eat chocolate every day and still make progress, we just have to be mindful about it.

What do you usually binge on?