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How to know junk food addiction symptoms: Inside the mind of a Junk Food Addict
Do you find the habit below familiar?
What is the difference between an abuser and a junk food addict? They don’t experience compulsion, obsession, or dependency. Abuser’s come and go, like for a short time. A food addict struggles from day to day and meal to meal.
Facts about obesity and food addiction. We have user’s, abuser’s and we have food addict’s. What is the difference between an abuser and a food addict? They don’t experience compulsion, obsession, or dependency.
There are many consequences from being addicted to junk food. We can lose our job, our family, our health, and our mind. Life can become completely unmanageable. It’s important to realize we need to be healed from within from food addiction.
Food addiction primary is progression, chronic, and potentially fatal. Gastric bypass does not really work, because they are treating the symptoms and not the addicting illness. The incidents of death after gastric bypass is very high.
Another source of treating food addiction are diet pills. Diet pills tend to give you a spike of energy and can make you crash and feel moody, tired and depressed. Many doctors who prescribe diet pills will also prescribe sleeping pills. Why? Because diet pills are like speed and can keep you from sleeping at night, then you need to take sleeping pills to get through the night.
A word about obsession and junk food addiction obsession. “ Focus on recovery and your weight will take care of itself, focus on weight and you will lose your recovery”.
I just love to read inspiring quotes. I believe food addicts all need the same guidance and support as alcoholics. Inspiring quotes have been very helpful when negative thoughts are being whispered in my ears. You know, those little sweet nothings that are out to destroy us little by little.
We might even feel fear of what can we possibly eat for our next meal. We lack confidence in our decision making. Being addicted to sugar and food can be a constant battle in our brain.
There are times when we are struggling that we cannot think clearly, especially if we are going through a very stressful time.
It can be as simple as when we are finishing our meal we hear, "oh come on just a little bit more". We may also experience thoughts of fear, like, "but what if things don't work out the way there suppose to".
So, I encourage you, everyday, seek inspiration!
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Hi! I am Renee Dumont - Christian health coach, blogger, visual artist, singer, nutrition nut, wife and Mom. Inspiring women through my own trials and triumphs to ignite their faith and find deliverance from craving sugar and emotional food struggles.