Download Food Addiction & Obesity White Paper

Two-thirds of our nation is considered overweight and more than one-third of adults are considered obese. The impact on health, productivity and overall well-being has been enormous — all of these have suffered due to obesity and poor health behaviors. Mounting evidence supports the claim that “food addiction” exists.

Learn how you can help your patients improve their quality of life.

  • Patients need help to refrain from eating their selected addicted food choices.
  • Along with building an abstinence plan, arming patients with time-tested evidence based skills to manage their impulses, such as recording their food and regularly exercise, are necessary components of a comprehensive treatment strategy.
  • Remaining compassionate, persistent and patient so we can continue to serve our patients with the best support and interventions available.

Food Addiction and Obesity White Paper