"Twinkies As Addictive As Crack Or Smoke"... "Fatty foods are like heroin and cocaine"... On the show today, guest host Laurie Brown spoke with The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder about the story behind those recent attention-grabbing headlines about high-fat, high-sugar food. A new study has added some scientific clout to the idea that some foods are truly addictive -- and fuelled the arguments of those who accuse the food industry of deliberately manipulating products (a.k.a. our food) to make them as addictive as possible. Are there foods that you find truly addictive? Have you suffered withdrawal in the absence of your favourite snack? Where do you put the blame?