Food addiction and eating disorder

For people experiencing a food addiction, profoundly acceptable nourishments (which are frequently wealthy in fat, sugar, and additionally salt) trigger chemical responses in the mind that induces feelings of delight and fulfilment. This response has been disclosed as practically identical to a someone who is addicted's reaction to their substance of decision, as it enacts a similar brain reward center.

Food addicts become subordinate upon the "good" feelings that are acquired from consuming certain foods, which frequently sustains a continued need to eat, notwithstanding when not eager. These practices generate a vicious cycle. It will lead to several disorder such as heart diseases, diabetes, etc.

  • Track 1-1 Causes of Food addiction
  • Track 2-2 Food addiction treatment
  • Track 3-3 Psychology effect on food

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