Compulsive Eating Disorder Treatment

Compulsive & Binge Eating Disorder – At Last A Treatment That Works

If you suffer from compulsive or binge eating disorder you may have been accused of being greedy or lazy, when you know that you are neither.

In fact, you are likely to be using food like a drug, to mask some underlying pain.

Compulsive/Binge Eaters:

  • Tend to eat very quickly and in larger than usual quantities.
  • Continue to eat long after they are full and will often continue to eat even if it becomes uncomfortable or painful.
  • Often eat in secret, because they are ashamed of the amount of food they consume.
  • Feel as though they have no control around food.

Compulsive/Binge Eating Disorder are dangerous and potentially fatal. They are often not taken as seriously as anorexia or bulimia, but they can drastically increase your chances of:

  • Morbid Obesity leading to Type II Diabetes, Muscle and Joint Problems
  • Hypertension and Stress
  • Asthma, Cardio-vascular Disease, Stroke, Heart Attack, Kidney Disease and Cancer

If you suffer Compulsive Eating or Binge Eating Disorder, you might have defined yourself as someone who regularly overeats and who will always be overweight.

But there IS a way you can conquer your demons quickly, effectively and permanently.

Winning Minds uses a pioneering and powerful neural recoding technique to work with your unconscious mind, discover the root cause of your overeating and allow you to overcome it and enjoy a healthy and happy lifestyle.

You may find this Understanding Eating Disorders CD useful. This is a 1.5 hour recording of an interview between Mark and Natasha in which they outline what Eating Disorders really are, the common sources for them, why traditional modern medicine approaches won’t work and how and why Neural Recoding does work.

This CD is ideal for ED sufferers who are frustrated by the current medical approach and can’t see a way out; for parents whose children have ED’s to give them an understanding of what their child is going through; for ex-sufferers who have beaten the behaviour, but who still have extreme anxiety around food.


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