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A look into the lives of people with food addictions.

Latest episodes

aired 133 days ago
Nikki Miles is a closet corn starch eater; Dr. Dow and JJ Virgin attempt to break her compulsion.
aired 134 days ago
A 26 year old man is addicted to maple syrup.
aired 134 days ago
A compulsion to eat raw meat.
aired 134 days ago
A mother who cannot eat anything but French fries gets help to solve the mystery behind her rare eating disorder.
aired 134 days ago
A girl needs thirty cans of cola to get through each day.
aired 134 days ago
A 34 year old woman in obsessed with eating cheesy potatoes; specialists are called in to help with this damaging and compulsive diet.

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