Addictive Foods (according to science) & where to get them

Nope. It’s not only chocolate. Scientists created an addictiveness scale to identify foods that will turn you into a junkie. They rated how likely one was to experience problems with each of the 35 foods, on a scale from 1 (not at all addictive) to 7 (extremely addictive). 

According to IFLScience, 7–10% of participants were diagnosed with full-blown food addiction. What’s more, 92% of participants had compulsive eating behavior towards some foods. 

#1 Ranking at 4.01: PIZZA

During my travels I found out that Switzerland is the best country to eat pizza from, since all the great Italian chefs go there for higher pay. But with ChefXchange, we bring the Chef to your door step, and we place the best-of-the-best in your kitchen, we highly recommend Chef Andrea in London to placate your cravings.
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#2 Ranking at 3.73: CHOCOLATE

France the ancient producer of the best desserts, so who better to do desserts than a French Chef? We bring you authenticity with Chef Michael located in the heart of Beirut, to feed love directly into the mouth of anyone who tastes his heavenly food. 

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#3 Ranking at 3.73: CHIPS

The 18 most addictive foods were most often processed foods with high amounts of fat and added sugar. But the best place to eat chips at is a BAR with beer and friends.

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#4 Ranking at 3.71: COOKIES

I’d say the best place to eat cookies is in the USA; their high level of production and sugar injected cookies will leave you craving for more. ChefXchange is everywhere, and thus bringing you Chef Tara located in New York City 

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#5 Ranking at 3.68: ICE CREAM

The best place to eat ice cream is Rome in the summer while discovering the city. Bon voyage.

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Food addiction and compulsive eating behaviors are serious problems that certain foods are more likely to trigger. This is yet another reason to base your diet mostly on eating whole, single-ingredient foods. They release an appropriate amount of feel-good chemicals, while ensuring that you’re not overeating. In the end, YOU should control what foods you eat — not the other way around.