I had the pleasure of working with Abbey Stone, celebrity editor for Hollywood.com, on an e-article challenging celebrities to talk differently about their eating disorder history. Instead of the typical celebrity story serving as a guidebook on how to develop an eating disorder, we want A-listers to focus on how they got help and to describe their path to recovery. Check it out at

CELEBRITY EATING DISORDER CONFESSIONS: INSPIRING OR DANGEROUS?

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Nutritionist Marcia Herrin and Nancy Matsumoto, co-authors of The Parent’s Guide to Eating Disorders, Gūrze Books. Marcia is also author Nutrition Counseling in the Treatment of Eating Disorders (2013). Read more from Marcia and Nancy by clicking here.

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