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Binge Eating - Wiley Online Library

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A biobehavioral circadian model of restrictive eating and binge eating

People with eating disorders also have a general phase decline in appetite; they lack hunger early in the day and experience atypically high hunger later in the day, the latter of which may result in bingeu2010eating episodes. In addition, restricting eating and binge eating themselves could jeopardize circadian synchronization, as meal timing serves as one of many external clues to the central circadian rhythmmaker. The need for biobehavioral circadian regulation enhancements for individuals experiencing circadian rhythm disturbances would be implicated in this model.

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