First of all, a food addiction
is triggered by serotonin
levels being released when ingesting highly palatable foods (e.g. Salt, Sugar, etc). When you eat a piece of cake, or a nice greasy hamburger, serotonin and dopamine are released, triggering a feeling of pleasure. The pleasure released may override any feelings of fullness, meaning a person can continue eating for essentially no reason (other than addiction).
(a central nervous system stimulant) increases the release and blocks the reuptake of dopamine, which gives you a feeling of reward much greater than the reward received by eating large amounts of tasty foods. This would mean that yes, if used correctly, meth
could very well be used to halt a food addiction. But I would not suggest it... Meth is a very difficult drug
to quit using once an addiction is obtained. I have, in the past, used many drugs
, one of them being meth. I was stuck in an addiction cycle for a long time. So, if using meth to kill a food addiction, yes it will work, but if you don't want another addiction, please do so wisely.
I hope this helps you.