Food addiction is a serious problem, health expert says

11/29/2012 | Washington Post, The

Food addiction can be just as serious as drug addiction and should be treated through detox and recovery, says University of Maryland assistant professor Pam Peeke, author of "The Hunger Fix." She says a majority of people show signs of food addiction and that while stress is a big contributor, exercise can help fight the urge to raid the refrigerator.

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