Gaining Weight? Maybe it isn’t Your Fault: Food Addiction

addictCraig Thompson may not look like it now but back in the day he was a sumo wrestler–he trained a lot and by that I mean he ate a lot.

“I got up to 400 pounds while wrestling in Japan,” Craig said. “I started eating in that nature and that behavior and came back to the states and could not stop.”

Leading mobile advertising research companies explain how surveys have shown that food addiction may be pushed on us by the mega-corporations. Click PLAY to watch this edition of “It’s not My Fault.”


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