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    Food addiction
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    AttyWSW posted:
    http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/44623853#44623853

    More and more keeps coming out about food addictions but I think Dr. F has the best solution to breaking those addictions.
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    Anon_2438 responded:
    Hi AttWSW,

    Thanks for the interesting link.

    OK, I'm a sugar addict. I simply cannot break the diet in moderation, when it comes to deserts. Chips either. Sticking to the diet is delicious, easy, ordinary and feel great. Eating one bite of sweets or chips, takes huge will power, that I don't have.

    (Anonymous, so my avitar isn't everyplace.)

    Best regards, EngineerGuy


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