We Treat Processed
Food Addiction

We treat the chronic malady of processed food addiction similarly to treating other addiction diseases such as alcoholism and drug addiction.

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Meet the founder of Karren-Lee Addictionology®

Dr Karren-Lee Raymond (K-L) completed her doctorate adding to her academic profile which also includes a B. Soc. Sc. (Psych) Hons (1st class) USC; B. Beh. Sc (Psych) QUT; Dip. Couns, (Counselling College of Australia).

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The Malady of Addiction

Addiction is a disease of the brain which disrupts the electrical and chemical signals. Treating the disease of addiction and learning how to live a life without ingesting the addictive substance does not happen overnight.

Processed food addiction

There are several different ‘programs and plans of eating’ all aiming to eliminate a processed food addict’s addictive…

Treatments

There are no ‘quick fixes’ for an incurable disease that started long before the addict was aware, and ends at the time of…

Withdrawal

Anger is a typical observational symptom when eliminating processed foods; the processed food addict shares they are…

Tolerance

They become sicker and their brains and bodies are no longer able to tolerate or cope with large amounts of…

Processed food addiction

There are several different ‘programs and plans of eating’ all aiming to eliminate a processed food addict’s addictive…

Alchohol addiction

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Drug addiction

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Co-dependency

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DENIAL – ‘Don’t Even kNow I Am Lying’

How do I know that I may be succumbing to a malady known as addiction, or is it just in my imagination, that is I’m making too big a deal out of it? Perhaps I may have had a dysfunctional upbringing or home life? I feel I can be addicted to anything. Is it just my personality? Do I have one or multiple addictions? Perhaps do a bit of ‘coke’ to help burn off the calories from the last binge and to help control my depression. How many times have I put the ciggies down, then eventually I go back to smoking because it controls my weight for now. This is actually swapping the witch for the bitch (one substance for another) as you see fit.

Addiction is likened to Cancer – meaning it is also a consumer of mind and body – and yet it is a very hidden, secretive disease. Indeed, it is often hidden under the disease of DENIAL and the addicted person is usually the last one to find out.

The acronym ‘Don’t Even kNow I Am Lying’ (D.E.N.I.A.L.) says it in a nutshell. Most people suffering from a substance use disorder (SUD) including processed food addiction are not “bad people trying to get good, they are just sick people trying to get well.”

Karren-Lee is the clinical director of Karren-lee-Addictionology® and is the only known clinician and researcher globally for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of processed food addiction.

If you are in doubt, have any questions, or a looking for some hope that you can get well from the disease of addiction, please don’t hesitate to give Karren-lee a call. You will be pleasantly surprised to receive a friendly voice on the other end of the phone, text or email no matter where you are in the world.

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