Good News and Bad News for “Biggest Loser” Contestants

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A new research paper published Monday in the journal Obesity showed that 14 participants from The Biggest Loser were more successful than many in their attempts to keep off the pounds.  This despite the fact that, on average, they regained 90 of the 128 pounds they had lost after 30 weeks on the show. That left them with a net weight loss of 38 pounds six years after the TV show ended.  Click Here to read this story.

Losing and Regaining 100 Pounds—Twice—Taught Me to Love My Body

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Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder, affecting three to five percent of women in the U.S. Unfortunately, it’s the one least talked about. People who suffer from BED periodically eat large quantities of food in one sitting and feel unable to control those binges, and BED can—like other eating disorders—take a terrible toll on the sufferer, both mentally and physically. (How Bad Is OccasionalBinge Eating?)  Click Here to read this story.