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Eating Disorders: Get Help to Move From Hell to Hope, Healing & Health -- Special Stop SUGAR SHOCK! Radio Show (Listen Today

Posted Dec 18 2008 7:33pm

Nedawarenessdates_2 Are you suffering from a nightmarish, overwhelming eating disorder?

Or is a loved one trapped in that horrific hell?

Are you at a complete loss as to how to help?

Get hope, help and information on Friday, Feb. 29 at 3 p.m. EST, when I will host a special radio show, " Eating Disorders: From Hell to Hope, Health & Healing With a Panel of 2 Experts, 2 Former Sufferers."

This special one-hour Stop SUGAR SHOCK! Radio Show panel -- which you can listen to here -- is timed to coincide with National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, where a number of events are offered around the country to draw attention to this topic and to encourage early intervention.

Listen to this special radio show to get some insights as to why you or your loved ones have an eating disorder. What's more, you'll learn how to get help.

My special panel will feature:

Lynngrefe_2 Lynn Grefe, CEO of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), the largest non-profit organization in the United States that works to end eating disorders.

NEDA -- which is promoting National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2008 -- offers programs, products and services to prevent, treat and find a cure for eating disorders.

This week, NEDA as its CEO will tell us, is trying to urge people to "Be comfortable in your genes."

To support NEDA, visit here. To get help now, call NEDA's referral helpline at 1-800-931-2237.

Jean_kristeller_3 Meanwhile, for this special one-hour Stop SUGAR SHOCK! Radio Show panel, I also will interview Jean Kristeller, Ph.D., psychology professor and director, Center for the Study of Health, Religion, & Spirituality at Indiana State University.

Dr. Kristeller, co-founder of the Center for Mindful Eating, will talk about some of the exciting work and research that she's done to integrate meditative techniques into more comprehensive therapy or support programs to help people with binge eating disorder (BED). She'll also discuss her research into the role of spirituality to help with serious medical illnesses. 

But this panel will not be complete without the courage of two bold women, Ranae Whitmore and Caitlin Scafati, who both used to suffer from eating disorder (as did I.)

I do hope you'll join us for this special show. Please listen yourself and send your loved ones, too.

As with all my Stop SUGAR SHOCK! Radio Shows, you can listen to this show live or you can listen afterwards here as well.

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