Want to change the way you eat and your relationship with food? We have created a set of binge eating worksheets and printables to help you change the way you eat.
We know from our experiences with our clients that many people with binge eating disorder are unaware they have the problem. They try and resolve their issues with food by seeking out ineffectual and faddy diets which end up making the problem worse. Our binge eating worksheets are designed to help you get off the dieting treadmill and learn how to eat naturally without worrying about calorie counting.
Binge Eating PDF
Our 18 page binge eating worksheets pdf has a series of printables that can help you to stop the destructive binge eating cycle. Some of the documents are informational to help you learn how to make better food decisions and some help you to track what you are eating and to question any unhelpful triggers.
Binge Eating disorder is very rarely about food alone. Most people with the disorder are unaware that unhelpful emotions play a big part in the way that we eat. This means you could be coming home and bingeing at night because you are too stressed, feel lonely or even feel that you are not good enough.
Our binge eating worksheets and printables help you to see the connections between your thoughts and your food choices. By tracking what you eat and linking it to your emotions you can start to see the real drivers for your problems.
Journaling to Stop Binge Eating
Journaling to stop binge eating is a proven technique to help you to become more mindful about what you are eating and why. It can help you to recognise when you are hungry and when you are full as well as when your emotions trick you into eating even though you have no physical need for food.
Our binge eating worksheets include a number of sheets that can help you to journal your feelings around food and think about what is going on in your life that might be causing unhelpful eating patterns.
As well as journaling our PDF all includes a meal planner and diary. This is not to be used as a way of counting calories or cutting back on certain food groups. Instead, you should use it as a means of planning balanced meals consisting of an array of food groups to keep you well. When people fail to plan their meals it can cause problems as it can make you vulnerable to binge eating.
Binge Eating Printables
Our 18 pages of binge eating worksheets include:
- Information on Binge Eating Triggers
- Emotional Vs Physical Hunger Information
- Binge Eating Tracker Sheet
- Trigger Tracker
- Activities to Help Stop Binge Eating
- Unhelpful Thoughts Sheet
- Mindful Eating Principles
- Mindful Eating Information
- Daily Food Diary
- Meal Planner
- Grocery List Sheet
- Journal Sheet
- And more
You can also use our Stop Binge Eating self-hypnosis download in conjunction with our worksheets.