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- n. a narcotic that is considered relatively strong and likely to cause addiction
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Unlike lack of information or incessant marketing cues, which lead to unwitting or culturally-assisted self-sabotage, food addiction—like other forms of compulsive self-sabotage such as smoking, drinking, and even hard drug abuse—is fed by much stronger roots: your biochemistry and emotions intertwined.