Food Addiction. STUDENT PRESENTATION. OVERVIEW. Film clip Definitions Causes Consequences Interventions Conclusion. Each to be discussed from the standpoints of the user , society/culture, service providers and decision/policy makers. DEFINITIONS. Addiction
Each to be discussed from the standpoints of the user, society/culture, service providers and decision/policy makers
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These images show that obese subjects have fewer dopamine receptors than control subjects.
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Consequences for decision makers similar to drug addictions:
Interventions from service providers and policy makers
To define and promote healthy living