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Old 06-07-2014, 05:18 PM   #68
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Originally Posted by mars735 View Post
has more to do with the fact that your addiction is for a legal, cheap, readily available substance. And other factors.
Actually, there is compelling evidence on both sides of this debate, and I'm quite familiar with it.

I think if someone experiences their own battle with food as an addiction that is perfectly valid from a psychological viewpoint and may turn out to be true from a physiological viewpoint-- but the jury is still out.

You should feel free to speak to your own addiction if you feel that you have one. I made it quite clear at the top of the post that I'm speaking for myself and I would not characterize my relationship with food as an addiction.

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