About Overeating Disorders
Overeating disorders can range from binge eating to general overeating, and they are often caused by an individual's relationship with food as well as their biochemistry. Understand overeating as it relates to nutrition with health information from a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist in this free video on healthy eating.
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Hi, I'm Rachael Richardson with Nutrolution in Miami Beach, Florida. In this clip we're talking about overeating disorders and this is kind of a broad category. It can include binge eating disorder, or just general overeating in general. It can include other disorders too and often they shift around and it has to do with a person's relationship with food as well as their biochemistry. So as a nutritionist, I focus on both really. But one my primary goals is to help balance people's biochemistry. And by doing that then often overeating disorders can resolve as well as with a little bit of complimentary cognitive therapy as well, can be helpful. One nutrient, one macro-nutrient meaning a big nutrient that we need lots of that sometimes we're not getting, and it stimulates us to overeat, is actually fat. And this is an example of healthy fat, this is grape seed oil right here. I've also got avocados behind me and olive oil and such. And sometimes by just getting some olive oil added to whatever it is that you're eating, whether it's a salad or whether it's cooking your broccoli or your other vegetable things like that with oil, you can actually trigger satiety in your brain that helps you stop overeating. So these are just some suggestions for you. There's obviously more information where that came from. This has been Rachael with Nutrolution in Miami Beach, Florida.