BINGE EATING AT THANKSGIVING
A nationally-known social worker says you can avoid binge-eating this Thanksgiving. Lisa Ferentz suggests eating when you're hungry and stopping when you're full, even if you have to walk away from platters of food.
Ferentz says people who binge eat are trying to numb or soothe themselves or to find ways to cope. If necessary, Ferentz says you should give yourself permission to avoid family gatherings that you know will set you up to overeat.
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