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Assessment of Binge-Like Eating of Unsweetened vs. Sweetened Chow Pellets in BALB/c Substrains.

Binge eating disorder is a chronic disorder that causes obesity, type II diabetes, and heart disease. We investigated two genetically identical substrains of BALB/c mice for rise in food intake, incubation of appetite following a no-food training period, and compulsive-like food intake in a reversive setting in a nascent setting in an aversive setting in this research. BALB/cByJ mice also showed binge-like intake of the unsweetened chow pellets similar to the rise in both substrains' palatable food intakes. In the light arena's light arena, we recreated the well-documented decrease in anxiety-like behavior in BALB/cByJ mice, which may have resulted in more palatable food intake than BALB/cJ.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnbeh.2022.944890


Benefits of Exercise in Multidisciplinary Treatment of Binge Eating Disorder in Adolescents with Obesity.

Either way, eating disorders are complex disorders that affect adolescents with an increasing prevalence and are a troubling health issue for both physical and mental health. Exercise, which is often used as a way to prevent and treat obesity, may have positive effects on BED, so it could be regarded as one of the key factors in the care of people with BED, obesity. In particular, we concentrated on the benefits of physical fitness in the multidisciplinary care of obesity-related diseases of patients with BED. Even though more research is needed to draw conclusions regarding exercise's use in obesity and comorbid BED treatment, especially in youth, has already indicated that closely monitored exercise is safe and that combined with cognitive behavioral therapy can deliver multiple benefits on both physical and psychological levels.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19148300


Momentary predictors of binge eating episodes and heavy drinking episodes in individuals with comorbid binge eating and heavy drinking.

The current report looked at the momentary causes of binge eating episodes and heavy drinking episodes among BE + HD members, as well as determining the momentary risk factors for binge eating episodes and heavy drinking episodes among BE+HD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40519-022-01444-0


Clinical correlates and prognostic impact of binge-eating symptoms in major depressive disorder.

Binge-eating signs are common in large depressive disorders, but their prognostic function is not fully understood. This research evaluated two groups of patients with MDD who are or not BE symptoms to see differences in terms of clinical signs, presence of bipolar signs, and antidepressant treatment results. Patients with MDD were characterized by improved scores of negative self-outlook, skepticism, hopelessness, comorbid anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, hypomanic signs, and suicidality. The presence of BE symptoms may indicate a greater risk of depressive disorder.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1097/YIC.0000000000000422

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