Weight Loss

Patterns of eating behaviors have been instilled in us since birth, it is no wonder so many people struggle with controlling their eating behaviors. Many factors play a role in food addiction, and range from biological, to social and behavioral. We have learned that food is reward for good behavior, celebrations revolve around food, social class is determined by the foods we eat, and sweet and savory foods trigger dopamine in the brain, making food highly addictive. Through cognitive behavioral interventions, we can alter your beliefs about food, as well as break the patterns of eating you have come to learn, and help you gain control of your eating.