Why do some people get hooked on habit burgers?
Some people may have a bad habit of eating habits that aren’t conducive to their lives.
They may even find they’re stuck in a vicious cycle where they eat the right foods but then get stuck with a food addiction.
One person in the habit burger world has decided to change that.
Bridgette Taylor has a bad, bad habit and has a great family.
“I eat a lot of meat, especially when I’m sick,” she said.
She said she started with a small plate of hamburgers every morning and eventually became addicted to eating them every night.
After a few months she switched to a healthy diet of fish, vegetables and fruit.
Then, she started eating habit burgers, which are a fast-food staple, every other day.
They’re often served at the supermarket or served as part of a meal, and they can be bought in convenience stores or online.
It’s an addictive habit.
“I love it,” she told News.au.
Her daughter and son-in-law have similar bad habits and have similar issues.
Ms Taylor is convinced it’s her fault for not changing her diet, and she hopes it will change her husband’s too.
If you or anyone you know has a problem with a bad food habit, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or click here to start a free 12-hour chat.