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Eating addiction rather than food addiction

NeuroFAST researchers have taken up the challenge and have reviewed extensively the scientific evidence for “food addiction” as a substance-based addiction. Our findings, now published in Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, are somewhat unexpected.

The NeuroFAST consensus is that “food addiction” is better described as “eating addiction”. In this way, emphasis is shifted from properties associated with the food onto the individual’s unique relationship with the pleasures and problems of eating.

Read our published review article on the topic ►


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