Introducing the concept of nutrition into a treatment program is not an easy task. Many addicts in early recovery are not ready for health behavioral change, since most are simply trying to get past the immediate crisis of addiction and the associated life adjustments of abstinence. In fact, sobriety can magnify pre-existing dysfunctional eating behavior. Many addicts began using drugs and alcohol in their early teens and never developed a healthy relationship to food. Many people in early recovery crave sweets and simple carbohydrates such as candy, juice, cereal, grilled cheese, peanut butter and jelly, or ice cream. In addition … Continue reading
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