The integration and utilization of the biological basis of eating disorders and the Temperament Character Inventory (TCI) have become important parts of treatment at Eating Disorder Center of Denver.
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The holidays can be a tremendous struggle for someone going through an eating disorder. We understand that the holidays can cause more stress for someone recovering, than being a joyous time of year. Here are some tips to help you through and keep you on track for recovery.
The Eating Disorder Center of Denver would like to introduce you to healthier and happier ways of looking at yourself and your body. Here are 10 steps to help you feel at peace with your body.
Often, we don’t realize that we hear many myths about eating disorders. And at The Eating Disorder Center of Denver, we do not want these myths to create barriers for individuals affected by eating disorders. Our eating disorder centers will present you with the real facts regarding all classifications of eating disorders.
Binge eating disorder—a condition in which people repeatedly eat huge amounts of food (often high-calorie sweets and/or fatty snacks) in a couple of hours or less—affects nearly 10 million American adults. Unlike other common eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, individuals with a binge eating disorder can be normal weight overweight or obese.