Night Eating

Treating Night Eating Syndrome

Night Eating Syndrome, characterized by overeating in the evening, sleeplessness, and depression, contributes significantly to the development of obesity. While not currently included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), Night Eating Syndrome poses a problem for many people who may be trying to seek treatment. Education Diagnosing Night Eating Disorder (NES) …

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Tips To Manage Night Eating Syndrome

Do you often find yourself snacking late at night? Do you wake up in the middle of the night feeling so hungry that you must eat before returning to sleep? Do you avoid foods until later in the morning? If you answered yes to these questions, you might have, or be at risk for, night …

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The Hazards Of Late-Night Snacking

Just about everyone has experienced late-night hunger at one point or another. Midnight hunger on its own does not constitute an eating disorder, but it can turn into night eating syndrome. A relatively new eating disorder, night eating syndrome occurs when at least 25% of daily calories are consumed after dinner and before breakfast and …

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Healthy Eating Habits: What Is Quinoa Anyway?

What makes quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) an amazing food? It contains eight essential amino acids, is high in phosphorus, iron, magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, vitamins B, and E, and is gluten free. Though not a grain, quinoa often serves as a rice or grain substitute. Quinoa are the seeds of the Goosefoot plant, which not surprisingly …

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