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Chapter 7/ capitulo 7 Cuerpo Sano Mente Sana LG: I will know how to say in Spanish: I have a healthy mind and body. Teens and Binge Eating (webmd.com). Please read the article on the right. How does a healthy body and healthy mind affect one another?

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Span1b warmup calientate

Chapter 7/capitulo 7

Cuerpo Sano Mente Sana

LG: I will know how to say in Spanish: I have a healthy mind and body.

Teens and Binge Eating (webmd.com)

Please read the article on the right.

How does a healthy body and healthy mind affect one another?

Answer this question in Spanish: ¿Tienes un cuerposano y mentesana?

10 minutes

  • In the six months after her parents' divorce, 13-year-old Caroline (her name has been changed to protect confidentiality) gained more than 20 pounds. Feeling sad and alone, she consoled herself with food -- and lots of it. Day after day, she was binge eating.

  • "I remember the night my dad left, I went into the kitchen and devoured a dozen glazed doughnuts and a quart of milk," Caroline said. "Still feeling hungry (but really sad), I took a bag of chips up to my room and ate them in the dark while sitting on my bed, crying."

  • Unlike people with bulimia, Caroline didn't vomit or use laxatives to purge her system. She just continued to binge eat to soothe her sadness and anxiety.

  • What Causes Binge-Eating Disorder?

  • Binge-eating disorder is a relatively recently recognized disorder and is thought by some to be the most common of the eating disorders. People with binge-eating disorder eat large amounts of food at one sitting at least two days a week for six months. Their binges also have three of these five characteristics:

  • Eating faster than normal

  • Eating until uncomfortably full

  • Eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry

  • Eating alone because of embarrassment

  • Feeling disgusted, depressed, or very guilty after overeating

  • Approximately 4 million people in the United States have binge-eating disorder, binging without purging. They eat compulsively -- sometimes thousands of calories at one sitting -- until they feel stuffed. Most people with binge-eating disorder are either overweight or obese, defined as being 20% to 30% above their desirable weight. They often have a history of weight problems and weight fluctuations. Cont…

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