Food Addiction: The Problem And The Solution Podcast
Food Addiction is an Attempt to Avoid Legitimate Suffering
Individuals can be predisposed to addiction through genetics says Dr. Marty Lerner, head of Milestones in Recovery https://www.milestonesprogram.org/ In his book, A Guide to Eating Disorder Recovery, Defining the Problem—Finding the Solution, he outlines the nature of the disease of food addiction and how to recover. Dr. Lerner talks about the “perfect storm”, a person being an addict and seeking brain pleasure-center hits…
Food Addiction Podcast: The Problem And The Solution
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Robert H. Lustig M.D.
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Dr. Vera Tarman
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Training and certification through the INFACT School gave me the knowledge and skills to begin helping food addiction clients on a professional basis. It also significantly deepened my own recovery and introduced me to a worldwide community of fellow food addiction professionals. I highly recommend INFACT training/certification for anyone committed to helping themselves and others overcome the disease of food addiction.
INFACT training provided me with professional knowledge and tools to better help myself and my clients with understanding the disease of food addiction. I highly recommend INFACT , it is a school with professional and experienced instructors from all over the world. The setting on Video is intimate and direct. It has helped me connect to people from everywhere who share the same difficulties and have the desire to help others be educated in the world of food addiction.
Taking the INFACT course and participating in the 5 day intensive was monumental in my own personal recovery and launching my career. I had been searching to practice in a field where I could really make a difference and this training has allowed me to do just that. I have worked in the field of mental health and addictions for many years and I have rarely seen such amazing transformations among my clients.
The best thing about INFACT for me is that I am well connected with a global network of food addiction professionals (and food addict peers). It can be lonely in a world where food addiction is not yet recognized as a category of addiction among practitioners. I’ve been able to refer some international enquiries I get through my website to colleagues in the United States and Canada
INFACT has given me the opportunity to deepen my knowledge of the disease that has troubled my life so very greatly, food addiction. I have learnt from specialists from all over the world and each and every one of the teachers has contributed to my understanding and managing of food addiction. Importantly the contribution from fellow students has been rewarding and the comradeship with others who work in this field.
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