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Binge Eating: Does the Married Man Indulge More in It?
Do not take ‘Binge-Eating’ lightly! Married men are the ones most likely to indulge in the same and pay the price for it in the long run!
As regards diet, women tend to play a major role in the eating habits of their male counterparts. If a married African American man wishes to avoid a fight following non-consultation about changes in his diet, he will prefer to go outside his home and binge on fast food and junk food.
What is Binge Eating? It is a disorder; a sort of mental illness in which the individual/patient pays little heed to his over- growing weight and indulges in uncontrolled eating bouts. Some patients are known to suppress their guilt of over-eating by throwing-up (purging), over-excercising, using laxatives or diet pills.
Though Binge eating looks harmless enough, it is worth a worry. Generally, binge eating makes it’s appearance in the early years of adulthood. Not only that, did you know that men constitute about one third of those affected with this disorder. Obese people constitute 65% of the binge-eaters and if there are generally overweight persons, this number will increase accordingly. Also, these patients may develop other psychiatric disorders. In addition, only about 7% of the patients have been known to be rehabilated after being afflicted with it for one year. Generally this binge-eating disorder persists with the patient for nearly fourteen years or more. Alarming, isn’t it?
A recent research study conducted to gain information about whether men consulted their wives regarding their preferences for healthy food over junk food and fast food yielded the following result: Most men opined their belief that their wives controlled their eating habits at home, as compared to that outside of home. The researchers concluded that at home, men tended to eat whatever their wives thought was proper food. They even respected their wives’ concern for eating healthily. But restrictions on what they thought was enjoyable enough food led many to sneak junk and fast food outside the home; with the only aim to avoid likely squabbles at home.And while outside, they mostly tended to favour unhealthy food.
Those with binge-eating disorder are most likely to risk developing high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes and abnormal cholesterol levels as compared to their similar – weight counterparts.
So, Binge- Eaters…Watch out. Before it is too late for even simple eating!
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