Can Venus Factor Control Addiction to Food and Obesity?
The term “addiction” is loaded with meaning. In the context of food, some people state the use of this term is a little unfair. I prefer to speak of addiction to food because I find that this expression makes splendid idea that there are some people tend to consume food compulsively. For these people, it is irresistible consumer particular food in large doses that is harmful to their health. Addiction to food can be as real as addiction to any other substance. Imagine a person who is no longer able to dispense with consumption of donuts in his everyday life. He feels powerless over his “need” to consistently consumer donuts and feels powerless over his repeated and excessive food need.
How this addiction to food is set up?
The impact of food on the brain is a topic that is quite familiar to me because I fight each day to not be the victim of food that is toxic to the proper functioning of my body. Addiction to food can occur in two forms: either as a physical dependence or as a psychological dependence. In the case of addiction to food, it is the effect of high blood glucose that ‘boosts’ mind and body.
Food intake stimulates brain and production of hormones (dopamine and serotonin). This induces a state of well-being. If you have a physical dependence vis-à-vis food, it is the state of well-being that you need to detach yourself from. Addiction to food as a psychological addiction is much more complex. In this case, food intake is a way to find comfort when you’re depressed sad or bored.
How to break your addiction to food?
The bad news is that there is no single answer to this question. Each person suffering from addiction to food could be a different one from the other. On the bright side, you have within you the answer to this question. You must find out the source of your addiction. For you, this source may or may not be obvious. The key is to find and defuse.
If you are in this situation, do not try to diet. Try to resolve the psychological conflict that lies at the root of your addiction to food. Firstly, you must get out of your addiction to food. Here two most effective ways of getting rid of food addiction:
1. Keep a food diary – Studies have shown that keeping a journal that lists everything you eat and drink can reduce your consumption of food by 30%. This method will also motivate you by enabling you to track of your progress. This will give you clues about the sources of your addiction to food.
2. Activate your Leptin reserves – Leptin is a hormone that regulates craving of food in the human body (this is the reason it is often called ‘satiety hormone’). You can activate leptin hormone in your body by taking an over-the-counter supplement Venus Factor. Venus Factor naturally regulates your appetite and will eliminate addiction on food in the most natural manner.
Following the above mentioned two steps will ensure that you no longer consume food compulsively and will shed those extra pounds from your waistline.