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From Overeating To A Full Blown Food Addiction

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From Overeating To A Full Blown Food Addiction

From Overeating To A Full Blown Food Addiction

From Overeating To A Full Blown Food Addiction

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Many of us over-indulge from time to time — a bag of cookies after a long hard day at work or an extra-helping of pasta or chicken.

But when do we cross the line from occasional overeating to a food addiction?

For more, Farai Chideya speaks with Marty Lerner. He is the executive director of the Milestones in Recovery Eating Disorders Program.

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