Why is cheese so ultra-addictive that it is called "dairy crack"?!
Cheese addiction expert Dr. Neal Barnard explains the opioid-like compounds found in cheese that cause intense cravings that make people eat it day after day, 365 days a year.
He joins “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll on The Exam Room Live with tips for breaking the addiction and answer other health questions sent in by viewers to the Doctor's Mailbag.
- Are dairy free cheeses addictive?
- Do all fats raise cholesterol?
- Is extra virgin olive oil healthier than regular olive oil?
- Is almond milk healthier than soy milk?
- Plus, many others.
Also, Chuck has details on a study showing that our earliest ancestors were not major meat eaters. The findings shatter the myth that human evolution, including brain development, was kicked into high gear as a result of meat being added to the diet many thousands of years ago.
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