OK, so I quit smoking three years ago with the help of Allen Carr's most famous book The Easy Way to Stop Smoking. This book is more common sense along the same lines. If you already know how to eat right but you're suffering from food addictions, then read this book. You probably already know that junk food is junk. And you probably already realize that you eat it for bad reasons. Just like with smoking, if you can convince yourself to believe in your heart and your gut what you already believe in your head, then you can free yourself from addiction. Personally, I've been losing weight and eating right ever since I read this about a month ago.
If you want to look at this material as hokey and silly, then you're probably right that it is. But if you want to better yourself then you can choose to overlook the cheesiness of some of what Mr. Carr says and focus on the value of the core message. And don't just do whatever he says, let your critical mind evaluate it all and figure out what is really best for you. And don't argue with the author in your head - argue with your own addiction.
There is another book called The Vitamin Cure for Alcoholism that I read along with this. And I followed its advice on what vitamins to take. That book applies to sugar addictions including but not limited to alcoholism. http://www.amazon.com/Vitamin-Cure-Alcoholism-Nutrition-Supplementation/dp/159120254X
Allen Carr was an amazing man. Only after his death has he helped me, but he has helped me a lot.