Hoffman Center Special Event:
Defensive Eating: Taming Your Addiction to Food
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
776 Sixth Avenue, Third Floor, Classroom #6
This event is now available on video via digital download. Click HERE to purchase your very own copy!
Intelligent Medicine Newsletter subscribers get a free ten-minute preview of the video. Click the newsletter sign-up link above to subscribe.
Does any of the following sound like you?
- Unable to control your appetite
- Believe there are certain foods that you can’t live without
- Feel euphoric/calm/happy/sleepy after eating food(s) you crave
- Feel worse after eating foods you crave
- Eating or craving foods you never did before
- Unable to stop eating your favorite foods even when you’re full
If it does, you could be addicted to food.
We want to help you stop the madness once and for all!
Did you know there is a physiological basis for food addiction and overeating? The food industry has effectively gripped our brains using powerful food science and technology. Come join us to find out why we eat the way we do, what’s driving it, and what we can do about it.
We will arm you with proven strategies you can put to use immediately so you can effectively change your eating behavior.
Call (212) 779-1744 to reserve your seat today. Space is limited, so don’t delay!
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