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BEAT – Beating Eating Disorders

BEAT – Beating Eating Disorders

B-eat is the UK’s leading charity supporting anyone affected by eating disorders or difficulties with food, weight and shape.

They provide information and support through Helplines which people can call, text or email; a UK wide network of self help and support groups; online support including information, message boards and online support groups and Helpfinder, an online directory of support services.

B-eat also run specific projects such as their Emotional Overeating project setting up self help and support groups for people who binge eat, compulsively overeat, feel they have emotional eating issues and are overweight or obese or struggling with their weight.

They provide expert Training and conferences, resources and consultancy to health and social care professionals and schools. B-eat support and encourage research into eating disorders and challenge stereotypes and stigma, increase understanding and campaign for better services and access to treatment.


Boys, girls, men and women from all backgrounds and ethnic groups can be affected by eating disorders. Eating disorders are mental illnesses and can be a way of coping with feelings or situations that are making you unhappy, angry, depressed, anxious or worried.

Information on how to access BEAT's various services such as helplines, messege boards, support groups, events are available on the website.
0300 123 3355 (general enquiries and head office) 0808 801 0711 (Youthline) 0808 801 0677 (Adult helpline)
info@b-eat.co.uk (general enquiries) help@b-eat.co.uk (for support and signposting)
Wensum House 103 Prince of Wales Road
Norwich
Norfolk
NR1 1DW

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