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Response to actual or perceived overweight may lead to the emergence of binge eating. And, of course, it is possible that both relationships exist, creating a positive feedback loop in which binge eating and obesity are mutually promoting. Additionally, it is possible that neither causal relationship exists, but rather that a common risk factor or set of risk factors accounts for the frequent association of binge eating and obesity. , 1998). 2 summarizes these varying causal relationships. Evidence of Binge Eating Leading to Obesity One of the early studies suggesting a causal relationship between binge eating and obesity was the 5-year longitudinal study by Fairburn and colleagues (2000) of young women in the community with BED.

Feeding Laboratory Studies of Binge Eating N BMI Binge meal caloric intake Non–binge meal caloric intake Yanovski et al. 5 2,345 ± 239 Goldfein et al. 1 1,115 ± 318 1,515 ± 393 781 ± 423 743 ± 245 Guss et al. 9 1,239 ± 165 2,388 ± 193 1,091 ± 1,08 1,539 ± 162 Authors (year) Eating Behavior, Psychobiology, Medical Risks, and Pharmacotherapy 37 women with (n = 15) and without (n = 15) BED, following which they were asked to eat from an array of foods. There was not a significant difference in the amount of food consumed following the negative mood induction, although subjects with BED did consume more than subjects without BED.

Do obese individuals suffer from distress, disability, or increased medical risk? , 2001), and distress is not a universal concomitant of obesity. , 2004). Yet medical fitness can be improved even without significant weight loss, and disease risk may be related to lifestyle and other variables more so than body weight or body composition per se (Miller, 1999). Obesity-related disability may also occur in the psychological and/or cognitive realms. , 2002). , 2003). , 1997), although the mechanism of this association is unclear.

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