Learning About Food Addiction at Ann Arbor District Library

. December 1, 2016.

Here in America, obesity levels have hit epidemic proportions, and the problem has only continued to grow. Americans are more sedentary than ever, and the public’s reliance on cheap, artificial foods has only compounded the health crisis. At Can Food be Addictive? A Look at What we Eat and Why, U-M Professor Ashley Gearhardt will talk about how cheap food “hooks” our brains, and offer strategies about how to control and manage eating habits. Part of the “Exploring the Mind” series of talks offered by the U-M Department of Psychology.

Thursday | December 15 | 7pm
AADL Downtown | 343 S. Fifth Ave
734-327-4200 | aadl.org Free

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