Food Program Success Stories
People who have successfully beat their food addiction with the Life Process Program
“A friend found out about the program for me, I live in rural Canada and I couldn’t get any real treatment. I finally gave managed to overcome my addiction to fatty foods by using the Life Process Program.”
Eleanor S, Australia
“I couldn’t afford to spend the money or time to attend a residential treatment center. I am so glad I found Dr. Peele’s program. It has given me the help and support I need without requiring a second mortgage on my house.”
Malcolm R, USA
“I was around 350 pounds and was ashamed of myself and my body. I had no self esteem and was in a downward spiral. My friend mentioned the Life Process Program and I thought, what have I got to loose in giving it a try – boy has it been a life changer. I can now manage my self control, have started doing regular exercise and feel so much better about who I am. Thank You Dr Peele!”
Terry D, USA
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Case Study: How M. changed her relationship with food after engaging with the Life Process Program
When we consider drug addiction and alcoholism, we understand that no one needs to use these substances. But how can someone be addicted to a life essential, like the food we eat?
As we learn in the following article, Food is essential to both our physical and our emotional health. Playing such a crucial role in life, it can become addictive in many ways.
The Meaning of Addiction: Is Eating Addictive?
Food is addictive for some people. And to reckon that food can be addictive for some tells us how ubiquitous addiction is around us, only reaching pathological extremes in some alarming cases.
With the Life Process Program, we provide you with the tools to help you to overcome your addiction to food from the privacy of your own home.
In your clear moments, you realize you don’t even want to eat those things. In fact, this realization can drive people to purge food — or to try to avoid it altogether.
LPP will enable you to develop this self-control, and to link it to a life that you find satisfying and meaningful. Stop telling yourself ‘I am addicted to Food’ and let us help you on your path to recovery.