I was a drug addict for many years and wasted a substantial part of my life being a full-time addict.
After I got clean, I became obsessed with being healthy.
At first, my main passion was bodybuilding and fitness. I would spend a lot of money on supplements, work out all the time and read everything I could find about muscle building. That passion drifted off in about 2 years, and instead my interest in nutrition took over.
Since then, I have been reading about nutrition every single day.
I’ve always had real problems with giving up unhealthy food, despite a burning desire to do so.
It took me four and a half years after giving up drugs to realize that I was in fact addicted to junk food as well.
The symptoms are exactly the same. The cravings, the overeating, the guilt, the excuses and the fact that I had unsuccessfully tried to quit, multiple times.
Since then, I have read a lot about junk food addiction.
It’s also called fast food addiction, sugar addiction, wheat addiction, compulsive overeating and a number of other things. It turns out that this phenomenon is pretty common, but not often talked about.
I do know a lot about addiction, I’ve been into 6 rehabs in my life, and I was also a smoker for many years and managed to quit smoking after multiple attempts. I’m also a very introspective person and I like to consciously analyze my thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
This means I have contemplated the process of addiction and cravings throughout my whole experience, which does give me a pretty deep understanding of how this works.
I decided to write a short manual about how to beat junk food addiction, applying my extensive personal experience as well as the various things I have learned about nutrition and healthy living.
I might be able to sell this information, at least if I would make it a bit longer and turn it into a book. But this time, it is completely free with no strings attached.
The report is about 20 pages, and it does contain a lot of information that you can use to beat junk food addiction for good.
Following the plan will require some sacrifices, and not all of you who are reading this will be able to accept them. There is even a high possibility that many of those who try this out will fail, that’s just how addiction works and there’s really nothing I can say that will change that.
Anyway, if you believe you have a problem with giving up unhealthy food, and are looking for a solution, then I recommend that you provide your name and e-mail address in the form below and it will be sent to your inbox immediately after you click the confirmation link.
I will send you some e-mails with more information that I didn’t feel appropriate to be included in the report, because I wanted to keep it short and strictly on topic, but you can unsubscribe immediately after receiving the report if that is something you don’t want.
I encourage you to share this report with as many people as possible, by giving them the URL to this page.
[Notice: I am writing a book about food addiction, which will be offered for sale sometime in 2013. If you download the free version below, you will be notified by e-mail when the book is published.]