Food addiction is a real problem and a real addiction. As obesity rates in this country have increased, there is movement towards the inclusion of food as an addiction among psychological and medical professionals. Certain foods (particularly sugar and flour) show evidence to support that certain ingredients react in certain brains the identical way that alcohol and drugs do to an alcoholic and drug addict. Take a look at this article, which talks more about food addiction. If you or someone you know may be suffering with food addiction, contact me for help. My private practice focuses on helping individuals suffering with food, alcohol and drug addiction. Food may have power over you now. I may be able to help.