It's still socially acceptable for chefs or foodsters to boast of food being so good it's addictive. But if the head of a breakfast cereal … [Read more...] about Globe and Mail Interviews Dr. Vera Tarman About Food and Drug Addiction
Dr. Vera Tarman is interviewed by Reader's Digest writer Marissa Laliberte about why our bodies crave carbs in the form of sugar.
How to Kick a Sugar Addiction Without Missing the Sweet Stuff
Have a yo-yo relationship with sugar? You're not alone. Here's how to break up with … [Read more...] about Readers Digest: Dr Tarman in the media
Dr. Vera Tarman is interviewed for Eating Addiction & The Fitness World Podcast.
"This episode is going to ruffle some feathers…
We delve into topics that many don’t want to talk about. But this is HUGELY important for the health and happiness for … [Read more...] about Eating Addiction and the Fitness World
Think those Christmas cookies are your friends? That tasty eggnog is brimming with love and affection? Beware of the Christmas glitter, gifts and commercial twitter ...
Celebrate instead the fellowship of health, friendship and sobriety.… [Read more...] about Seasons Greetings
Stacey Chillemi's In-Depth Interview With Author and Food Addict Dr. Vera Tarman about her book "Food Junkies, The Truth About Food Addiction" - Published In The Huffington Post.
Food Junkies: The Truth About Food Addiction coming this November
Learn to tackle overeating, binge eating, bulimia, obesity, even anorexia.
Food Junkies tackles the complex, poorly understood issue of food addiction from the perspectives of a medical researcher and … [Read more...] about Food Junkies: The Truth About Food Addiction Now Available!
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Bill Bogart author "Off The Street: Legalizing Drugs", Prof Law U of Windsor reviews "Food Junkies" by Dr. Vera Tarman.
On August 15, 2011 The American Association of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) declared, in a press release, that addiction is a chronic brain disorder.
As many of the articles in this blog will attest, this is not news to the ‘addiction community’. Doctors, sociologists, scientists … [Read more...] about The American Society of Addiction Medicine Catches Up