Is Chocolate a Gateway Drug?
 



Could Chocolate be a "Gateway Drug?"  Surprisingly, our survey suggests for some people, it just might be.  Reach me directly at  603-505-5000 or contact below

Dr. Livingston is available for interviews in all media on short notice.  Contact her directly at 603-505-5000, or telephone her assistants at 603-537-0775.  Email is sharonl@tlgonline.com 

 

 

 

SURVEY: Chocolate May Be a "Gateway Drug"

A recent survey (with 2,400+ respondents) found that chocolate may be a "Gateway Drug" which leads to difficulty controlling consumption of other foods.  Compared to any other treat, participants troubled by chocolate were MUCH more likely to report a multitude of food difficulties.  Detailed psychological differences between chocolate lovers and others were also found.  Dr. Livingston does NOT recommend most people give up chocolate!   For more info, read the full release (or MS-Word version)

INCREASED PROBABILITY
(for self professed chocolate addicts)

Reports 4+ Trouble Foods

23.3%

Reports 7+ Trouble Foods

42.9%

Reports 10+ Trouble Foods

54.2%

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Learn To Enjoy Chocolate Without
Overeating, Guilt, or Stress!

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