Food lovers: Can’t seem to put down that last cookie? The problem may begin in your brain, according to the latest research, as chemical surges affect your response to food, much in the way an addict responds to alcohol or drugs. Now there’s a solution from health expert Dr. Pam Peeke: The Hunger Fix: The Three-Stage Detox and Recovery Plan for Overeating and Food Addiction (Rodale Publishing).
In exclusive interviews with author Dr. Pam Peeke, we discover what it really means to be a food addict, how to overcome the addiction and offer a sneak peek at SPE-Certified “healthy fix” recipes you can make from home. Click play below to learn more:
“There are absolutely unique changes that happen in the brains of people who felt an addiction to certain food products, certain food stuffs, and those changes were absolutely identical to the changes that take places in the brains of basically anyone who is addicted,” Dr. Peeke told genConnect.
In our interviews with Dr. Peeke, learn how to:
- and create healthy recipes that don’t sacrifice taste.
Dr. Peeke’s guide for food addicts is packed with practical tips, useful advice and inspiring stories of those who have successfully transformed their bodies. In The Hunger Fix, she uses the latest neuroscience to explain how any food can become a “False Fix” and ensnare you in a vicious cycle of food obsession, overeating and addiction.
The Hunger Fix also features recipes exclusively created by SPE, a unique certification and consulting program designed to enhance the nutritional quality of meals, without compromising taste. Click here to pre-order the book, which came out September 18, 2012.
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