How To Eat Less & Be Satisfied
Source: Rapid Fat Loss
Food addiction is real, and it’s widespread.
A recent study of 652 men and women in which researchers used the Yale Food Addiction Scale to assess the prevalence of the addiction, found that around 1 in 20 people (5 percent of the general population) met the criteria for food addiction.
There are a large number of people who don’t meet all of the criteria but who demonstrate a strong association between food and addictive behavior - the “almost addicted” -- Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP
If you have trouble controlling what you eat it doesn't mean you don’t care about how you look, or that you don’t have the willpower to eat healthy.
You’re not to blame for what food addiction forces you to put in your body.
And until now you never realized you could do something about food addiction...
It's called Rapid Fat Loss Framework, and it helps end food addiction by reducing or eliminating cravings, and reducing or eliminating the stress and anxiety of withdrawals you get from restricting your food intake.
It accomplishes this by using specific techniques & ultra-healthy foods that nourish your body and reduce your dependency on food.
If you're interested you can visit this website to find out more -
If you would enjoy being satisfied with 30%-50% less food without the horrible feelings that usually come with cutting back on how much you eat, you might find this interesting.
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