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Episode 136: The 20 Must-Haves to Overcome Food Addiction

Dr. Ifland has been creating breakthroughs in recovery from food addiction from 1999 with her first popular book to 2018 when her textbook, Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery was released by CRC Press.

 

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Meredith For Real Podcast

Ep. 77 | Why Processed Food Addiction Isn’t Your Fault PART 2
 

Dr. Joan Ifland shares the benefits of quitting processed food, the consequences of not quitting them & the practical tips you’ve been missing all those times you’ve “tried to get healthy” before.

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Episode 94 - Top 10 Discoveries in Processed Food Addiction.
In today's episode, Dr. Joan Ifland is back to talk about the top 10 discoveries in processed food addiction. If you missed my previous interview with her you might want to listen to Episode 65 first because that conversation is a great foundation for this one. Dr. Joan Ifland, Ph.D, MBA has been creating breakthroughs in recovery from food addiction starting in 1999, with her first popular book, to 2018 when her textbook, Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery was published by CRC Press.

 

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Meredith For Real Podcast

Ep. 76 | Why Processed Food Addiction Isn’t Your Fault PART 1
Dr. Joan Ifland explains how the history of processed foods has led to obesity or overweight percentage of 70% of Americans! She defines processed foods, explains the business model behind the messaging, the science of your brain's reaction to the foods & how quitting these can revive your taste buds & thought clarity.

 

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Live Long And Master Aging Podcast

Dr. Ifland believes we are wired to snack, in response to stress, excitement and suspense, and that an addiction to sugar and processed food is making us sick. In this LLAMA podcast interview, with Peter Bowes, she discusses her mission to help people recover from an addiction to processed foods and why, she says, cleaning up our diets, especially ridding them of sugar, could add years to our lives.

 

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Decoding Obesity with Aviskar Sabharwal

November 2020 

Our eating habits are such an integral part of our identity. All of us have specific likes and dislikes. Does the chemistry of the food we eat have a role to play in this? Food addiction remains a controversial medical diagnosis. Dr. Joan Ifland, who specializes in food addiction, sheds light on this. She received her Ph.D. in interdisciplinary studies with a specialization in Addictive Nutrition from the Union Institute & University. She is also the author of the popular book—Sugars and Flours: How They Make Us Crazy, Sick, and Fat and What to Do About It.
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Why People Become Addicted to Processed Food and Why Weight-loss is not Powerful Enough to Overcome a Severe Addiction

October 2020 

We are delighted to have Dr. Joan Ifland joining us today. She is an expert in the processed food addiction space, and she has written the textbook on foundations, assessment, and recovery from processed food addiction. She is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, she has earned her Ph.D., she has an MBA from Stanford Business School, and she also has a BA in Economics and Political Science. She has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Network on the Book of John Gray, and she founded online services for food-addicted people. Dr. Ifland is spearheading a movement to educate individuals and clinicians about processed food addiction, and she has some helpful resources available for people who feel helpless in their struggles with their food addiction. In today’s episode, Dr. Ifland shares her story and talks to us about why people become addicted to processed foods. Be sure to tune in today to get Dr. Ifland’s expert advice and find out why weight-loss programs are not powerful enough to overcome severe food addiction.

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Breaking Ground in Processed Food Addiction

Protecting Your Nest with Dr. Tony Hampton

August 2020

Welcome to Protecting Your Nest. Joining the show today is processed food addiction specialist, Dr. Joan Ifland. Dr. Ifland has broken a lot of ground in the realm of food addiction—having released a number of influential books and studies—and she is currently working on evidence-based training for healthcare professionals. Dr. Ifland is a fellow of the American College of Nutrition and earned her PhD in Addictive Nutrition at Union Institute and University.

 

 

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Food Addiction: Common Signs and How to Treat

Fearless Fabulous You Podcast

May 2020

Food Addiction is more than an eating disorder and can cause long-term health issues. Dr. Joan Ifland, founder of Food Addiction Reset, explains food addiction, common signs and how to treat.

 

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Overeating is a Substance Use Disorder

Doug Cook RDN Podcast

March 2020

The idea that food can be addictive is controversial. Historically, overeating, compulsive eating and binging have been seen purely through the lens of behavioral-related, problematic eating. But when viewed through the standards of substance use disorder (a.k.a. addiction) in the DSM V, the idea of food addiction leaves little to doubt. Find out how certain foods and food processing impact the reward centers of our brains, making food addiction possible.

 

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Processed Food Addiction for Physicians

Weight Solutions for Physicians Podcast

March 2020

Hear more dirty secrets of the snack industry. 

Find out what food addiction is and what to do about it. 

Learn how processed food affects our brains and behaviors.

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Using Processed Food Addiction to Put Diet-Related Diseases into Remission

Fast Keto Girl Podcast

February 2020

Since 1996, Dr. Joan Ifland has helped people recover from diet-related disease by focusing on addiction to processed foods. Dr. Ifland teaches health practitioners how to use food addiction recovery to put diet-related diseases into remission.

Lead editor/author of the textbook, Processed Food Addiction, selected by the Oprah Winfrey Network as food addiction specialist, Fellow of the American College of Nutrition, and innovator in food addiction recovery programs. Dr. Ifland's approach to recovery from stubborn diet-related diseases is clear: address food addiction as the driver of over-consumption of harmful processed foods

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Recognizing Processed Food Addiction

Low Carb MD Podcast

February 2020

Dr. Joan Ifland, a true master in the realm of nutrition and addictive nutrition, joins us on the podcast today. Dr. Ifland has been putting her vast experience and knowledge to use in a big and effective way over the years, helping people to recognize and recover from their food addiction. Dr. Ifland is also the author of many helpful books on the topic of food addiction and recovery. In this episode, we discuss the destructive and progressive nature of addiction in general, how it is that addiction works on a neurological level, and why it is that food addiction is particularly dangerous. “I am standing on my two feet which are firmly planted in evidence; processed food addiction is the worst addiction,” says Dr. Ifland.

 

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The Breakthrough of Processed Food Addiction

Health Hacks Podcast

February 2020

Health Hacks with Mark L White - How to Overcome Food Addiction with Dr. Joan Ifland

About Dr. Joan Ifland: Dr. Ifland has been creating breakthroughs in recovery from food addiction from 1999 with the publication of her first popular book to 2018 with the publication of her textbook, Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment, and Recovery (CRC Press).

The textbook is the first academic publication describing how to diagnose and treat processed food addiction, as well as establishing the scientific basis for the disease.

 

 

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Processed Food Addiction: How it Affects our Brains and Behaviors

Sum of Your Parts Podcast

January 2020

Hear the dirty secrets of the snack industry. 

Find out what food addiction is and what to do about it. 

Learn how processed food affects our brains and behaviors.

 

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Processed Food Addiction for Women over 50s

Fit Strong Women Over 50's Podcast

January 2020 

In Episode 49, Jill and Chris interview Dr. Joan Ifland, a processed food addiction expert. Dr. Ifland has been creating breakthroughs in recovery from food addiction since 1999, when her first popular book was published. In 2018, her textbook, Processed Food Addiction: Foundations, Assessment and Recovery was published. Her insights into processed food addiction following decades of research are fascinating.

 

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How to Conquer Food Addiction and the Behavioral, Emotional, and Mental Components of Eating

Peak Human Podcast

November 2010

Part 61 - Dr. Joan Ifland on How to Conquer Food Addiction, and the Behavioral, Emotional, and Mental Component of Eating

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Processed Food Addiction: A Landmark Concept

Fat Emperor Podcast

September 2019

Met up with Joan Ifland after her excellent and inspiring talk at Low Carb Seattle; she wrote a landmark book on processed food addiction many years ago, after years of research into the phenomenon. She has now produced the definitive textbook on this problem, for training people in university and classroom settings (btw Dr. Robert Lustig is actually using her new textbook now in university-based courses).

 

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Processed Food Addiction: The Most Important Issue in Healthcare

Keto Naturopath Podcast Part III

July 2019

This is the final installment on our interview with Dr. Joan Ifland, on what is and how to deal with the Addiction to Processed Foods. This is perhaps the most important issue in health care, rather self health care.

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The Evolution of Processed Food Addiction in our Culture

Keto Naturopath Podcast Part II

July 2019

Perhaps now you have your eyebrows raised a bit from what was discussed in part one of the interview with Dr. Ifland, where we covered the nature of addiction the evolution of processed foods in today’s culture.

 

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Hidden Processed Food Addiction

Keto Naturopath Podcast Part I

July 2019

Perhaps there’s no more avoided topic in the entire field of dietary nutrition than “Processed Food Addiction”. The reason it is NOT discussed is that ‘processed foods’ is vast, complicated, and for the most part, hidden and disguised as to not be easily identified to the consumer. To add to that, the concept of addiction is something we have a difficult time believing applies to us personally because it implies we can’t control our behavior. We tend to think of drugs, or alcohol or tobacco as being addictive but not Food, and certainly not 'Processed Foods'.

 

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The Validity of Processed Food Addiction

Transformation Planet Podcast

January 2018

Dr. Joan Ifland has dedicated over two decades of her life to food addiction research. In this episode, she discusses how processed food addiction starts, how and why it affects people differently, and how the research has proven, without question, the validity of its powerful grip on millions of people around the world.

 

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