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With the obesity epidemic being largely attributed to overeating, much research has been aimed at understanding the psychological causes of overeating and using this knowledge to develop targeted interventions. Here, we review this literature under a model of food addiction and present evidence according to the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5) criteria for substance use disorders. We review several innovative treatments related to a food addiction model rangingdoi:10.3390/nu11092086 pmid:31487791 pmcid:PMC6770567 fatcat:bpxkdjhhanehvncer4tecua5v4