• Binge Eating Disorder

  • Food Addiction and Its Treatment
  • By: David Colombo
  • Narrated by: Annette Martin
  • Length: 2 hrs and 11 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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By: David Colombo
Narrated by: Annette Martin
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Publisher's Summary

Do you have a food addiction or eating disorder? Do you find it hard to eat the right things or even stop when you are full? Do you want to find a way to stop this harmful practice? Binge eating, like any disorder, can have serious implications for your health if it is not dealt with properly. Putting on huge amounts of weight leads to a range of chronic and dangerous conditions that seriously impact on your quality of life. But you can change all that. 

In this audiobook, Binge Eating Disorder: Food Addiction and Its Treatment, you can find ways that will improve your situation and prevent you from overloading with calories, with advice on:

  • How to follow a healthy lifestyle
  • The advantages of not bingeing
  • Different types of eating disorders
  • The type of people who binge
  • What causes binge eating
  • How to treat the problem
  • And lots more...

If you have suffered from any eating disorder where you are packing away more calories than your body can cope with, then you need to act fast and before it’s too late. 

Binge Eating Disorder is the book the holds the answers for you. Get a copy now and see how it could help you! 

And if you like this book and found it useful, please leave a review to help others find it too.

©2019 David Colombo (P)2019 David Colombo

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Not worth it

I should have read the reviews first. Even though they are 5 star, clearly something is fishy about them because they’re all on two dates and the wording seems like English is not the first language/word choice is peculiar. The narrators voice is difficult to listen to .

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  • 04-03-19

Too many absolutes

Full of ridiculous absolutes. No child cares about being healthy, every human on the planet needs to eat breakfast and no person with a binge eating problem should ever try intermittent fast. There were a couple sentences that sounded useful but with all the exaggerations it’s hard to trust anything.

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As an eating disorder therapist,

As an eating disorder therapist, I am very particular about the reading material I recommend for my clients.

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This book explains the how and the why behind it,

This book explains the how and the why behind it, pulls it all together and just nails it. It is me in every page, and I can’t soak it in fast enough.

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An amazing resource.

An amazing resource. A BED patient, I have done 5 years of psychotherapy and a lot of reading and introspection and this is by far one of the best resources I have found.

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The incredible lists of reference are also amazing

The incredible lists of references are also amazing - if you are reading the book and the ideas of a particular person particularly resonate with you, look up more of the works of that scholar/reference and bring them to your therapist or if you don't have one, really focus on their ideas as you can.

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This book fills a gap in our understanding

This book fills a gap in our understanding of Binge Eating Disorder by perfectly melding the eloquently expressed lived experience of Cheese Turner and the seasoned clinical expertise of Amy Pershing.

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Nice Book

I bought this book as I kinda thought that binge eating is a synonym to stress eating, so I learned a myriad of new things for me, starting from the notion of binge eating.

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This is one of the most helpful books

This is one of the most helpful books I have ever used to not only help myself from overeating, but as a therapist I also highly recommend it to my clients, or anyone who struggles with Binge eating.

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These binge eating disorder overcoming

These binge eating disorder overcoming techniques are essential for the people who are suffering from this disorder and the book has a lot of additional helpful information for anyone dealing with it.

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  • chris
  • 04-09-19

waist of time

first off, I find it hard to believe that this is narrated by an actual human being and not some computer program. my Alexa has 10 time the personality.

This is supposedly a self help book, but all the book does is tell you to go and get some help! at one point it actual says "if you over eat, you may be suffering from depression. if so, then try to be more positive" wow thanks for that, you may have just wiped depression off the face of the earth with such wisdom.

Another gem of advice that sums up this book "if you feel the impulse to binge, DON'T" so that where I've be going wrong...... thanks.

This book just says, if you binge and need help, then go and get some help... brilliant!!

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  • Jason Pitter
  • 03-12-19

It is as practical as it is wise,

It is as practical as it is wise, giving the listener the 5 Practices of BED Recovery. I envision this book being referenced time and again throughout the recovery process by clients and it being a staple in all clinical libraries.

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  • Andie Brown
  • 05-29-22

Dangerous book

This book has an extremely outdated and dangerous view of binge eating disorder. I would avoid it at all costs, especially if you are in a vulnerable mental state with an active eating disorder.

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  • Brendan Jensen
  • 03-13-20

If you follow the structure of the steps it works.

Small steps and changes each week.Addresses when and where you eat and how you feel. It does not toss out your favorite foods. Teaches you how to summarize your successes each week.

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  • Robt Scott
  • 03-13-20

I have been able to lose weight off.

David Colombo explains why the brain misbehaves and what we can do to override it with bright line eating. But she doesn’t stop there. David Colombo does and that is invaluable in my weight loss journey.

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  • Holly Bull
  • 02-25-20

Excellent Self Help!!!

The Binge Code audio-book had been very helpful in understanding binge eating and controlling it. I highly recommend this audio-book for anyone who has eating or food issues.

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  • Deanna Pietro
  • 03-12-19

If you have, or wonder if you have, Binge Eating

If you have, or wonder if you have, Binge Eating disorder, this book will help you understand what may feel like irrational, uncontrollable behaviors, and the pain that comes with them. With the practices it spells out, and possibly the help of a therapist, you can start your own path to recovery.

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  • Zeke Martin
  • 03-12-19

I’m so happy this book exists.

I’m so happy this book exists. It brings validating voices to the thousands of listeners and people with BED who feel alone in the world.

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  • Linda Martin
  • 03-12-19

The book does an excellent job

The book does an excellent job telling the listener what BED is, and just as important, what it is not. It explains how BED comes to develop and really normalizes BED as trauma survival (and also binge behavior as reaction to dieting) to take the shame out the diagnosis (and the behavior).

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  • Christopher Adams
  • 03-12-19

An absolute gift to individuals diagnosed

An absolute gift to individuals diagnosed w/ BED and their treatment providers. Truly accessible for all audiences. Readers will see themselves (or their clients) in the chorus of voices and not feel so alone or lost in the treatment and recovery process.