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Rachel: Breaking Through Plateaus

Rachael came to me at 218 lbs in hopes to cure her Binge Eating Disorder. I told her although I had experience with Breaking Binge Eating Disorders for clients, it would take incredible team work.
She was ready and we accomplished that as she continues her journey today at 192 lbs!

Breaking Binge Eating

With compounded emotional baggage, Rachael used food as her comfort.

That moment of comfort followed incredible guilt and shame cresting a cycle of binge eating that seemed impossible to break.


The Solution

  • Binge Eating Disorder
When it comes to B.E.D it has to be attacked from two different aspects: Emotionally and Physically through a structure that is not too restrictive. Patience and understanding with team work were crucial to break this cycle.
  • Breaking the cycle
Getting Rachael to identify the difference between her hunger levels and her emotional hunger was a process that we worked together. It took intense communication on days that she would end up feeling the need to “binge” and also the hours following a “binge”.
  • Overeating / Under eating cycle
What tends to happen as a form or punishment after a binge, it turns into a day or even multiple days of under-eating because of the shame. This typically then turns into another binge followed by another cycle of under-eating.
With full transparency, Rachael learned to get right back on plan when she had a binge, and through this process, we successfully cured her B.E.D!


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