tailored to your specific need, such as a sugar/flour addiction treatment.
2.Eating Without Restraint
Any type of addiction is marked by the behaviour of “either bingeing to the point of insanity or stopping cold turkey.”
So, if you can’t eat in moderation and must either binge on the entire meal or avoid it like the plague, you’re probably hooked on food.
Food addicts frequently overeat to the point of becoming stuffed or nauseous. This is a symptom of bulimia nervosa, a prevalent eating disorder.
So, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s a good idea to get medical help.
3.Feeling Ashamed Of Your Eating Pattern
A person with a food addiction will frequently impose strict dietary restrictions, then make excuses to circumvent the restrictions and give in to the desire. This will make them feel guilty enough that they will begin to hide their unhealthy eating habits from others. They might even feel ashamed about eating normal food.
To conclude, encouraging someone with an eating disorder to eat junk food in moderation is similar to telling someone with a drinking problem to drink and smoke in moderation. It needs more than a will of mind. So, if you have any of these symptoms, you should get professional help for your eating disorder recovery as soon as possible.