Binge-Eating Disorder

Publication Title: 
Tijdschrift Voor Psychiatrie

BACKGROUND: More than three out of four persons with binge eating disorder do not get enough physical exercise. AIM: To collect scientific evidence of the effects and benefits that movement and physical exercise can have on persons with a binge eating disorder.

Author(s): 
Vancampfort, D.
Vanderlinden, J.
Pieters, G.
De Herdt, A.
Schueremans, A.
Adriaens, A.
Van Der Borght, W.
de Hert, M.
Probst, M.
Publication Title: 
Disability and Rehabilitation

PURPOSE: Since a distorted body experience and a sedentary lifestyle are central in the course of binge eating disorder (BED), physical therapy might be an interesting add-on treatment. The aim of this study was to systematically review randomised controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating physical therapy on binge eating and physical and mental health in BED patients.

Author(s): 
Vancampfort, Davy
Vanderlinden, Johan
De Hert, Marc
Adámkova, Milena
Skjaerven, Liv Helvik
Catalán-Matamoros, Daniel
Lundvik-Gyllensten, Amanda
Gómez-Conesa, Antonia
Ijntema, Rutger
Probst, Michel
Publication Title: 
The International Journal of Eating Disorders

OBJECTIVE: Understanding the factors that predict a favourable outcome following specialist treatment for an eating disorder may assist in improving treatment efficacy, and in developing novel interventions. This review and meta-analysis examined predictors of treatment outcome and drop-out. METHOD: A literature search was conducted to identify research investigating predictors of outcome in individuals treated for an eating disorder. We organized predictors first by statistical type (simple, meditational, and moderational), and then by category.

Author(s): 
Vall, Eva
Wade, Tracey D.
Publication Title: 
The Psychiatric Clinics of North America

The two specialty psychological therapies of CBT and IPT remain the treatments of choice for the full range of BED patients, particularly those with high levels of specific eating disorder psychopathology such as overvaluation of body shape and weight. They produce the greatest degree of remission from binge eating as well as improvement in specific eating disorder psychopathology and associated general psychopathology such as depression. The CBT protocol evaluated in the research summarized above was the original manual from Fairburn and colleagues.

Author(s): 
Wilson, G. Terence
Publication Title: 
Journal of Behavioral Medicine

Mindfulness-based interventions are increasingly used to treat binge eating. The effects of these interventions have not been reviewed comprehensively. This systematic review and meta-analysis sought to summarize the literature on mindfulness-based interventions and determine their impact on binge eating behavior. PubMED, Web of Science, and PsycINFO were searched using keywords binge eating, overeating, objective bulimic episodes, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness, meditation, mindful eating.

Author(s): 
Godfrey, Kathryn M.
Gallo, Linda C.
Afari, Niloofar
Publication Title: 
Eating Behaviors

Mindfulness-based approaches are growing in popularity as interventions for disordered eating and weight loss. Initial research suggests that mindfulness meditation may be an effective intervention for binge eating; however, no systematic review has examined interventions where mindfulness meditation was the primary intervention and no review has examined its effect on subclinical disordered eating or weight.

Author(s): 
Katterman, Shawn N.
Kleinman, Brighid M.
Hood, Megan M.
Nackers, Lisa M.
Corsica, Joyce A.
Publication Title: 
The International Journal of Eating Disorders

OBJECTIVE: Evidence associates anorexia nervosa (AN) with epigenetic alterations that could contribute to illness risk or entrenchment. We investigated the extent to which AN is associated with a distinct methylation profile compared to that seen in normal-eater women. METHOD: Genome-wide methylation profiles, obtained using DNA from whole blood, were determined in 29 women currently ill with AN (10 with AN-restrictive type, 19 with AN-binge/purge type) and 15 normal-weight, normal-eater control women, using 450 K Illumina bead arrays.

Author(s): 
Booij, Linda
Casey, Kevin F.
Antunes, Juliana M.
Szyf, Moshe
Joober, Ridha
IsraÎl, Mimi
Steiger, Howard
Publication Title: 
Tijdschrift Voor Psychiatrie

BACKGROUND: More than three out of four persons with binge eating disorder do not get enough physical exercise. AIM: To collect scientific evidence of the effects and benefits that movement and physical exercise can have on persons with a binge eating disorder.

Author(s): 
Vancampfort, D.
Vanderlinden, J.
Pieters, G.
De Herdt, A.
Schueremans, A.
Adriaens, A.
Van Der Borght, W.
de Hert, M.
Probst, M.
Publication Title: 
Tijdschrift Voor Psychiatrie

BACKGROUND: More than three out of four persons with binge eating disorder do not get enough physical exercise. AIM: To collect scientific evidence of the effects and benefits that movement and physical exercise can have on persons with a binge eating disorder.

Author(s): 
Vancampfort, D.
Vanderlinden, J.
Pieters, G.
De Herdt, A.
Schueremans, A.
Adriaens, A.
Van Der Borght, W.
de Hert, M.
Probst, M.
Publication Title: 
Disability and Rehabilitation

PURPOSE: Since a distorted body experience and a sedentary lifestyle are central in the course of binge eating disorder (BED), physical therapy might be an interesting add-on treatment. The aim of this study was to systematically review randomised controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating physical therapy on binge eating and physical and mental health in BED patients.

Author(s): 
Vancampfort, Davy
Vanderlinden, Johan
De Hert, Marc
Adámkova, Milena
Skjaerven, Liv Helvik
Catalán-Matamoros, Daniel
Lundvik-Gyllensten, Amanda
Gómez-Conesa, Antonia
Ijntema, Rutger
Probst, Michel

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