Brody, Jane E. “Out of Control: A True Story of Binge Eating.” The New York Times. The New York Times, 19 Feb. 2007. Web. 28 Apr. 2016.
In the article, “Out of Control: A True Story of Binge Eating” Brody informs us about the seriousness of Binge Eating. It is the most common but overlooked eating disorder. 1 in every 35 people suffer from Binge Eating. Unlike other eating disorders Binge Eating doesn’t have a diagnosis for it just yet. Jane herself is telling her personal story about how binge eating effected her life. She didn’t have a love life, job was boring, boss was driving her crazy then she started to gain weight. She tried various ways to lose the weight, but would lose some then soon gain it back with addition to more. The bingeing started once she caught herself not eating for a full day then one night she stopped at a store and bought lots of snacks. She started to eating and couldn’t stop. She reached out for help one night and she began to get her life together.