You have heard it before: Food Addiction.
Maybe you have joked at one point “I am addicted to chocolate” or chips, or something else.
But… is there such thing as “food addiction”?
And if there is, how bad can it be? Can it be like, say, drug addiction?
Join Tracy Burrows, a researcher from the University of Newcastle in this video and find out now!
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Associate Professor Tracy Burrows is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian (AdvAPD) and Senior Lecturer in the School of Health Sciences, Faculty Health and Medicine at the University of Newcastle. She completed her PhD in 2008 and was appointed Lecturer at UON in the same year. Prior to this, she worked in private practice as a dietitian, having obtained an undergraduate degree BHSc (Nutrition & Dietetics).
Tracy is continuously looking for people to participate in her research programs. Contact her below!