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Ke$ha

This comment was in response to the Hollywood Life story about Ke$ha’s courageous fight against her “Eating Disorder.”

I don’t see how she will be successful beating her “Eating Disorder” when she obviously can’t even say the words and the press is tongue tied. As the author Of Eating My Way to Heaven, a survivor of 16 years of bulimia and the co-founder of the first Sugar Detox Center in the country – I have a right to an opinion.

She is either anorexic or bulimic or obese – the big three eating disorders enslaving our population. We know she isn’t obese. We weren’t horrified with headlines of her wasting away. So my guess is she is suffering from bulimia. What I discovered (I dappled in anorexia during my years of bulimia) is that anorexia is all about being in control and bulimia is about being totally out of control.
If she’s not in an organic, whole-foods, nutrient-dense, do your emotional work without the comfort food environment then she will fail, or just shift to another drug or dysfunction. There are $1000 a day eating disorder clinics trying to force-feed patients candy bars to get them over their issues with food. BULL SHIT!

The whole population is suffering from an eating disorder and the majority of those are participating in the pandemic of food-assisted suicide. The first step to beating any addiction is admitting you have one. Nobody can talk about this one because it is too close to EVERYBODY’S home.

It is time to Get Real about our cultural eating disorder. That is why I am passionate about bringing Celebrity Sugar Detox to Hollywood. I want to share what I learn on my ascension out of bulimia with everybody! Here’s to a Happy, Health 2014. May you Eat to Live and Live in Love and Abundance! 

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Video diary series for Yolanda Foster about alternative health.

Whether you are a celebrity or not, how you feed your body, mind and soul matters. I hope to make an impact on the rich and famous so they can model better Conscious Consumption tools for our population.

Would you watch Yolanda Foster or Valerie Harper or any celeb battling addiction or dis-ease Imagework their diet and emotional baggage on camera while tip-toeing into a SuPRANAtural experience in the garden? It would be like Dr. Oz meets X-Files.

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