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Click to edit Master subtitle style  9/8/10 Presented By: Jenna Espinosa Karen Harvey Yuki Hagihara Food Addiction
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 9/8/10 Video Clip One person eating 33,000 calories a day
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 9/8/10 Etiology/Psychopathology of Food Addiction (I’m Loivin’ It, Are You?  Fast Food  Quiz, 2007)
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 9/8/10 Two Components of Food Addiction Definition of Addiction  “Addiction is restricted to the extreme or psychopathological state where  control over drug use is lost.”    -Rogers and Smit Definition of Food Dependence “Dependence refers to the state of needing a drug or drugs to function  within normal limits; it is often associated with tolerance and withdrawal  (symptoms), and with addiction as defined above.”  -Rogers and Smit From here we can divide and identify both parts of this disease in  the following way: Food addiction = psychobiological component  Food dependence = reflection of dopamine system disturbances
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 9/8/10 Food  R e w ar d Sc al e   Food addiction is  biologically similar  to drug addiction.   Both  exploit the  dopamine  system.
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