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There are many different things that a person can be addicted to, but food addiction has to be one of the toughest addictions to stop. Food is essential to life, so you can’t give it up like you can with other things such as drugs, alcohol, or tobacco. Are you addicted to food? It seems like it wouldn’t technically be a possibility, but research has shown that many people in reality have an addictive personality once it comes to eating food. How can researchers be so certain it’s not merely a lack of control on the part of the patient? After all, dependence and low self-control are not the same thing. What the researchers was hook people up to brain reading machines, and compared the active region of the patient’s brains. They discovered that many people who thought about food had the same reactions as drug addicts who were thinking about drugs. This indicates that food addiction is very real. Just like any other addiction, food dependence needs to be taken seriously. Going through a twelve-step program, speaking to your family doctor, or attending
inpatient treatment are all possible course of action for getting your dependence under control.
Here are a couple of more things you can do to help keep your food dependence in check: 1. Keep a food diary. Write down the food you consume, when and where you eat, who you are with at the time, how you’re feeling before you eat, and how you feel after you are through eating. Just being aware of your eating is frequently sufficient to get you to make improvements to your diet. Having a food journal may also assist you to distinguish eating patterns, for better or worse. 2. Slow down and relish your food. Food dependence is hard because you must to eat, but how you eat will make a difference in how you comprehend food. Don’t gulp down your food without giving it any thought. Instead, take your time when eating, and make a habit of savoring every
bite. 3. Find out what your triggers are, and then do your best to avoid them. As you begin to pay more attention to your eating habits, you will detect that certain things cause you to eat. For example, possibly you always pig out on potato chips while watching the evening news; if so, then not watching the evening news would mean you are avoiding a food trigger. 4. Eat for nutrition, not for pleasure. Imagine merely eating because you are hungry and wish to fill your body with the nutrients it needs. This might look like a pipe dream if you are dependent to food, but it can be done. Before you eat, ask yourself if you are really hungry. If you arenâ€™t hungry, then donâ€™t eat. If you are hungry, then take a minute to remind yourself of the true purpose for eating, and then make food choices that do a better job of accomplishing that purpose.
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