The Blame game: Why you blame yourself for eating too much and you should not

Those who have a food addiction often blame themselves for eating too much and they must not. This is based on Science which shows that a food addiction is not your fault. We have seen the mean ads and comments from others who say “Just lose weight” or “Put down the Big mac” This is mean and it may cause you to blame yourself for eating too much. You must not blame yourself and this is based on scientific fact not just an opinion.

 

A food addiction affects millions of people and many simply do not know they have it. Do you have stress or childhood abuses? Do you take anti depressants or were you teased it school? The list is much longer than this. Science shows that all these things set the stage for an eating addiction that you cannot control. The mean comments from others makes the condition worst. The stares from others and jokes keep you in this condition. Dieting does not work if you have an eating addiction and this is what those who try to diet should realize. This is where you stay trapped.

 

The vicious cycle continues when you try to diet. The brain will not allow for dieting to beat a food addiction. A diet may work for a short while and then the cravings start. You eat and then feel like a failure. You think you have failed your diet but your brain has created the brain addiction that a diet cannot solve. This is the dilemma that the person who cannot stop eating too much must deal with. The good news is that this can be defeated and you can stop a food addiction. We have shown thousands how to so it by eating as much as you like.

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