Obesity: What is Food Addiction?

In this video, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, explains that although humans can be addicted to certain foods, or to certain substances, both natural and artificial, that our foods contain — such as sugar, caffeine, or chemical additives — we cannot be addicted to food itself.

This is as biologically impossible as being addicted to breathing air. Emily explores the crucial distinction between addiction and compulsion, and shares a method for breaking free of the foods that have hijacked our body chemistry so we can once again be free to experience our natural appetite. Get ready for a whole new understanding of food addiction.

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