Unfortunately the answer is yes. But bad/poor choices of lifestyle are also kind of addictive. The difference between the two is that the first one is probably genetically connected while the second is not and can be corrected with proper education and help people make better choices people make. Another issue here is that by choosing bad lifestyle habits and keep making poor choices can lead to food addiction if one is not careful or has low self-esteem, self-discipline and self-control. Food addiction can also be a result of depression and other psychological factors where medical/psychological treatment might be required in order to break the cycle and get out of that situation.