By James E Mitchell; et al
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In other words, individuals who are obese or at risk for becoming obese might initiate dieting as an attempt to control their weight and then subsequently develop binge eating. The widely accepted cognitive-behavioral model of binge eating, originally developed to describe the maintenance of binge eating and vomiting in individuals with BN, suggests that binge eating is a response to overly rigid control of eating, which periodically gives way to episodes of uncontrolled eating. The application of this model to binge eating is somewhat complex, however, because binge eating in obese patients does not, for the most part, result from dietary restraint as it is usually understood, and a substantial proportion of patients with BED begin binge eating before the onset of dieting (de Zwaan, 2001).
1994) BED Non-BED Specker et al. (1994) BED Non-BED Mussell et al. 3 17 — — 32a 8 45 91a Any affective disorder Note: BN, bulimia nervosa; BE, binge eaters; BED, binge-eating disorder; BES, Binge Eating Scale. a Significant difference. 25 25 47 Non-BE Marcus et al. (1990a) BE Non-BE 23 Sample size BE Hudson et al. 3. 4. Lifetime Prevalence Rates in Percentage of Axis I Disorders, Using Structured Clinical Interviews in Community Samples Authors (year) Telch & Stice (1998) BED Non-BED Any Any Major Substance Anxiety BED Diagnostic Axis I affective (n) criteria diagnosis disorder depression use disorder disorder BN 61 DSM-IV 60 Bulik et al.
Medical Complications of BED We turn now to the medical complications of BED, which unfortunately have received very limited attention from researchers. This is somewhat surprising, when one considers two points. First, the myriad medical complications of the purging behavior and severe restrictive eating (as seen in patients with BN and AN) have been described in considerable detail (Mitchell & Crow, 2006). , 2001). From the standpoint of medical complications, the central feature of BED in many clinical populations relates to elevated BMI.