Recent Research on Bulimia Nervosa.
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Estimates of lifetime bulimia nervosa (BN) range from 4% to 6.7% across studies. There has been a decrease in the presentation of BN in primary care but an increase in disordered eating not meeting full diagnostic criteria. Regardless of diagnostic status, disordered eating is associated with long-term significant impairment to both physical and mental quality of life, and BN is associated with a significantly higher likelihood of self-harm, suicide, and death. Assessment should adopt a motivationally enhancing stance given the high level of ambivalence associated with BN. Cognitive behavior therapy specific to eating disorders outperforms other active psychological comparisons.
To deliver or not to deliver cognitive behavioral therapy for eating disorders: Replication and extension of our understanding of why therapists fail to do what they should do
Objective This study investigated the extent to which therapists fail to apply empirically supported treatments in a sample of clinicians in The Netherlands, delivering cognitive behavioral therapy for eating disorders (CBT-ED).Read more
Adherence with a low-FODMAP diet in irritable bowel syndrome: are eating disorders the missing link?
OBJECTIVES: The low-FODMAP diet has emerged as an option for the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).Read more
Ecological momentary assessment of food perceptions and eating behavior using a novel phone application in adults with or without obesity
We developed a smart phone application to measure participants' food-reward perceptions and eating behavior in their naturalistic environment.Read more
Prevalence of childhood mental disorders in overweight and obese Spanish children: Identifying loss of control eating.
The aim was to examine the prevalence of childhood mental disorders in overweight/obese pediatric sample and also to explore the relationship between these pathologies and loss of control eating (LOC).Read more