Pizza tops list of most addictive food
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Pizza tops list of most addictive food

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Up to 20% of people may have a food addiction or exhibit addictive-like eating behavior.

Researchers studied addictive-like eating in 518 people, who got a list of 35 foods and rated how likely they were to experience problems with each, on a scale of 1 (not at all addictive) to 7 (extremely addictive).

Pizza topped the list as the most addictive.

Read more about the study here.

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