For Michael Prager, food used to be much more than a way to get his daily doses of nutrients or to satisfy a craving for a tasty treat.
"From an early age, I ate for reasons that other people didn't, and I ate in amounts that other people didn't," Prager said. "I stole money from my mother's purse and I stole candy from stores before I was 10 years old."
As an adult, he often stocked up on junk food after work and ate almost all of it. Food controlled him so much, in fact, he felt the need...Full Story