Tuesday, August 3, 2010

The Psychology Behind Food Addiction

Addictions to certain foods that can have an adverse impact on our health are a very real problem. Such addictions tend to be rationalized or denied by those that suffer from them, knowingly or not. Often, foods are a way of self medicating issues such as anxiety, depression, low self esteem and even as a means of stifling trauma.

Nora welcomes back addictions expert, psychologist and neurofeedback specialist, John Anderson to explore the psychology behind addictive behavior, and the role neurofeedback and other simple steps can play in freeing one from addictions to unhealthy foods. 

Listen to the podcast.