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(p. 348) From the Front Lines: The Impact of Refined Food Addiction on Well-Being 

(p. 348) From the Front Lines: The Impact of Refined Food Addiction on Well-Being
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(p. 348) From the Front Lines: The Impact of Refined Food Addiction on Well-Being
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Joan Ifland

, Kay Sheppard

, and H. Theresa Wright

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199738168.003.0052
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date: 14 November 2019

Chapter 52 explores the impact of refined food addiction on well-being, including the medical, employment/support status, substance use, legal, family/social, and psychiatric effects of food addiction. It also discusses other considerations such as chronic obesity, age of onset, and a survey of the relevant literature.

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