I was! (and still am, but now I don’t feed the addiction so it does not bother me)
(Your result will likely be different.)
I discovered and overcame my own “food” (phood?) addictions independently and have not yet researched her methods deeply enough to recommend them or not, but everything I’ve seen in my first quick look at her offering is positive. She seems to comprehend the key point: “Don’t feed the wolf you don’t want to get stronger”. For me, learning to not feed the addiction, to say “no” each craving, (no matter how “reasonable” it sounds), was key.
Today a woman said (speaking of a tray of brownies): “It’s OK to have one or two, as long as you stay in moderation”.
I replied “You’re offering Whiskey to an Indian!”. (Politically incorrect, but she got my point: there is no “moderate amount” for me – even a taste ignites overpowering cravings that propel me into abuse.)
An example of her thinking is here: Unveiling the Saboteur