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If You Overeat, Binge, or Starve Yourself From Food
Only to Feel Hatred When You Look in the Mirror...

...This is for YOU:

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You've Given Up Enough of Your Life to Counting Calories,
Pinching Inches and Self-Sabotage!
Sign Up for Our 9-Day "Getting Over ED" Tele-Summit & Finally Declare your Independence from Eating Disorders!

 

Dear Lover of Life,

If you're like me, my friends, my sisters and so many of the women we know, then you've had a whole lot of attention on the size of your thighs and the width of your hips for much of your life. So much so, perhaps, that it's caused you to make some harsh choices about the way you eat and the way you treat yourself.

If you catch yourself thinking obsessively about your food...

If you eat WAY more when you're alone and no one is watching...

If you constantly think about food, how to eat it, what to eat, when to eat, how it digests, how it makes you feel, etc...

If you eat until it hurts, then keep on eating...

If you binge, purge, and poison yourself with self-sabotaging thoughts,...

...then chances are very good you're missing out on something.

LIFE!

While you're in your head obsessing about what you eat and how you look, LIFE is passing you by.

You don't need to keep living this way.

There is a way out of the self-sabotaging behavior patterns many of us get stuck with, but you won't get there until you GET REAL about what's going on for yourself and start asking for help!

It's totally "normal" for most family members to sit around the dinner table and talk about how much they overate, and how they've put on 10 pounds. But some of us take it a lot further.

A lot of us keep our self-sabotaging food habits in the closet! You might be able to hide your eating habits and self-sabotage from other people, but you can't hide them from yourself!

"Whether you're starving, overreating, bingeing, purging, or simply giving too much of your time, attention and energy worrying about what you eat and how you look, then this summit may very well change your life!"

Get Over Ed



"Why are you doing this?"

Out of our strong desire to bring some "closeted" conversations to the light, we've called upon some of the most well-respected women and men in the field of health, eating disorders and even pleasure!, to come and share with us their wisdom and expertise for women who are struggling in their relationship with food.


"Who is this for?"

"Getting Over ED" is for every woman who questions her self-worth because she ate too many nachos the night before. This telesummit can be listened to by anyone around the world. There is no fee. No catch. Just sign up and you'll immediately receive your confirmation that you're set for the event!

 

"When does it start?"

"Getting Over ED" starts on January 20th and will last for 9 days. We strongly recommend you SIGN UP NOW so you do not miss out on any of the calls.

 

Meet Your Hostesses

Tera Warner

Tera Warner is the frisky founder of the world's largest online resource of raw food cleansing and detoxification programs for women. Through her programs and events she invites a community of over 100,000 women around the world to pick up their parsley sprigs, and march, dance, sing, jump or fly along path to vibrant living.

She's not got a string of acronyms after her name and fancy credentials, so don't bother looking for them. She's a monkey-lovin' mama doing her best to remind you that your self-worth is not measure by the size of your thighs or the width of your hips, but by the breadth of your dreams and the depth of your love.

Tera spent most of her days in university studying monkeys, and now she's simply trying to teach the world to eat like one.

Like so many of her friends, colleagues and sisters, Tera has struggled with eating disorders in the past and now having established a healthy relationship with her body image and her food, she's doing whatever she can to help support other women on the path to freedom from food and body obsessions.

Emily Shaules

Emily discovered the raw food lifestyle in 2007 after struggling with illnesses like Fibromyalgia, Ulcerative Colitis, TMJ, sinusitis and depression for nearly a decade. Sick of taking 25 pills a day, Emily went 100% raw overnight and on the fifth day, she felt so dramatically better she knew that whole foods nutrition was the answer for which she had been searching.

Emily gave up the practice of law because she felt compelled to educate others about the powerful effect food has on a person's physical, mental and spiritual health. She is now a coach and motivational speaker through her company Raw Breakthrough, as well as a business developer with the Amazon Herb Company.

Emily has been featured on Keep It Real Radio, and WeLikeItRaw.com and is a regular contributor to RawDoctors.com and Health View TV. She is also a certified Advanced Practioner of Natural Health and Reiki Practioner. Recently, Emily became the face of Living Tree Community Food's raw chocolate bars and is currently in talks to open the first raw foods restaurant/nightclub in Asheville, NC!

Meet Our Experts and Special Guests:

Carolyn Costin: You Can Recover and Experience Total Freedom

Carolyn Costin is the founder and executive director of The Monte Nido Treatment Center and its affiliates. Recovered herself from anorexia nervosa, Carolyn has been treating eating disorders since 1978.

Previously a high school teacher and counselor, Carolyn left her first career to devote herself fully to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders. In the early 1980's Carolyn established The Eating Disorder Center of California, which continues to provide outpatient and day treatment services for eating disorder sufferers and their families in several locations throughout Southern California.

While maintaining the center and her private practice, Carolyn developed, implemented and served as the director of 4 inpatient and 2 residential eating disorder programs. During this time, Carolyn dreamed of opening her own healing center, in a home-like setting, that would provide a more holistic and realistic approach to recovery. When Carolyn came across an estate in a beautiful wooded area in the Malibu foothills, she knew she had found the place to have her own facility. In March of 1996, Carolyn became a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders, opening the doors to a unique, six-bed residential program in Malibu, California for individuals suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and exercise addiction. She named it after the local neighborhood, "Monte Nido", which meant "Mountain Nest" to the Indians who once inhabited the area.

Carolyn has written five books which are popular with both professionals and the lay public; 8 Keys to Recovery from and Eating Disorder, Your Dieting Daughter, The Eating Disorder Source Book, 3rd edition, 100 Questions and Answers about Eating Disorders (2007), Anorexia and Bulimia, A Nutritional Approach (Co-author Alexander Schauss)

Aside from her books Carolyn writes for magazines and journals and has been a contributing author for other publications. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Eating Disorder Association (NEDA) and on the editorial board for "Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention". The combination of her own personal recovery and her experience in the field make Carolyn an empathic, articulate and informative writer, speaker, therapist and clinical director. She is frequently sought after for television and radio appearances. Carolyn stays up-to-date on all new research in the field of eating disorders and is passionate about fighting the cultural emphasis on appearance and thinness, which contribute greatly to these illnesses. Through her own recovery, enthusiasm and expertise, Carolyn offers hope that becoming fully recovered from an eating disorder is possible.

Tara-jenelle Walsch: A Success Story

Tara-jenelle Walsch is the founder and spirit behind Soulebrate and Soulcialize. She also happens to be a dear friend. Growing up, Tara-jenelle's own life was put at risk because of struggles with eating disorders.

During the "Getting Over ED" Summit, Tara-jenelle will share her story and the path she chose to successfully recover from her condition and restore her love for life and herself.

Now, through her commitment to helping others find freedom through voicing their heart, she is the writer and designer behind Soulebrate greeting cards, as well as other inspiring products that offer us an opportunity to be and express who we truly are inside. Her work touches and improves the lives of millions of people around the world.

Dr. Fuhrman: How Nutrient Density Can Help Get You Back in Charge of Your Food and Your Life!

dr. fuhrmaAs one of the country's leading experts on nutrition and natural healing, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, M.D. has appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows including: ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN, Today, Good Morning America, the Discovery Channel, TV Food Network, CNBC and many more. He was recently invited to speak at the World Preservation Conference at the House of Parliament about his accomplishments in demonstrating the power of a micronutrient-rich, plant-based diet to prevent and reverse disease, relieving the burden of dietary-related chronic disease overwhelming the modern world.

Dr. Fuhrman is a renowned speaker and author. His work has been acclaimed as "a medical breakthrough for weight loss, disease reversal and prevention". His signature book Eat To Live: The Revolutionary Plan for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss, spawned multiple foreign editions and over 20 re-printings.

Whole Foods Market, Inc., a leader in natural and organic foods, selected Dr. Fuhrman as a partner to create their Health Starts Here initiative, a program geared toward promoting the health of Whole Foods team members and customers. Dr. Fuhrman provides nutritional guidance via week long immersion programs and in-store lectures. His books, supplements and food products are featured in stores. In-store signage also focuses on education about nutrient-dense foods through Dr. Fuhrman's Aggregate Nutrient Density Index, or ANDI scores, including how to prepare and incorporate these foods into everyday life.

Victoria Moran: How to Eat for Freedom, Health and Joy

Victoria Moran (www.victoriamoran.com) is a certified holistic health counselor, an inspirational speaker, and author of books including the best-selling Creating a Charmed Life (in 30 languages and quoted on Celestial Seasonings teas), and weight loss classics Fit from Within, and The Love-Powered Diet: Eating for Freedom, Health, and Joy. Her new book coming in April from Tarcher/Penguin is Main Street Vegan: Everything You Need to Know to Eat Healthfully and Live Compassionately in the Real World.

A two-time Oprah! guest and HealthyLife.net radio host, Victoria is an expert in body/mind/spirit well-being, as well as plant-based and high-raw eating, and a compassionate approach to food and weight issues. Victoria created and does the voice-over for "My Weight Loss for Life Wakeup Calls" (www.mywakeupcalls.net), and her articles have appeared in Body & Soul, Weight Watchers, Yoga Journal, Woman's Day, Ladies' Home Journal, and Natural Health.

She herself maintains a 60-pound weight loss and has been free from the "food fix" for over twenty years. Victoria is married, the mother of a grown-up vegan daughter, and lives a charmed life in New York City. In the spring of 2012, she'll launch Main Street Vegan Academy to certify Main Street Vegan Lifestyle Coaches.

Michele Simon: An appetite for profit.

Michele Simon is a public health lawyer who has been researching and writing about the food industry and food politics since 1996. She specializes in legal strategies to counter corporate tactics that harm the public's health. Also an expert in alcohol policy, she is currently research and policy director for the Marin Institute, an alcohol industry watchdog group based in Northern California.

Michele Simon has taught Health Policy at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and lectures frequently on corporate tactics and policy solutions.

She has written extensively on the politics of food, and her first book, Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines Our Health and How to Fight Back, was published by Nation Books in 2006.

 

She has a master's degree in public health from Yale University and received her law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. You can download her full CV here.

Angela Stokes-Monarch: Overcoming Obesity and Creating Optimal Health

Back in 2002, Angela was 23 years old, about 19 stone (266lbs/120kg), UK dress size 26-28 and lost in miserable cycles of a non-existent love-life, uncontrollable overeating and complete denial. But that all changed when she was lent a book, The Raw Family, by the Boutenkos that revolutionized her life. She began eating raw and the improvements in her health over the next weeks were astonishing. She said, "You could almost see the weight burn off me. ­ I'll never forget seeing my collar bone again for the first time in years; my skin and hair quality improved dramatically, my energy soared and I was filled with vitality and a new hunger ­ for real life."

Since her discovery of raw food, Angela's journey has continued and not only has she found happiness, but she's also shared it and made a point of helping others who struggled as she herself struggled. She now lives an almost completely sustainable lifestyle in Ecuador with her husband Matt. They chronicle their raw food journey and experiences, inspiring the health-seeking community and reminding everyone that no one need face such change alone.

  • Completed and documented a 92-day juice feast
  • Recognized by the Raw Spirit Festival with the Golden Chopstick Award as an "Up-and-Coming Raw Food Leader"
  • Author of titles such as A Juice Feaster's Handbook, Raw Emotions, and Raw Reform: How to Go Raw for Weight Loss
  • Featured on CNN News, Get Fresh Magazine, Pear Magazine, First for Women Magazine, and many more

Valya Boutenko: Your Food Imprint, and How to Rewrite It

My name is Valya Boutneko. In 1994, the members of her family experienced an intense decline in health. Faced with their numerous health problems, (juvenile diabetes, obesity, hyper thyroid, chronic fatigue, arrhythmia, arthritis, asthma, and allergies) they began researching nutrition. After switching over to a healthful way of eating they were able to fully reverse their symptoms and regain vibrant health. Since that time her family has been dedicated to helping people around the globe learn about natural healing and nutrition by writing books, making films, and presenting health lectures.

Now one of Valya's biggest passions is helping children eat healthy. She has studied the degree to which food restriction, aversions and other "control" conditions can cause compulsive and even "rebellious" food habits to be created. With a desire to restore self-determinism around food, Valya has discovered that most children do want to be healthy, and she's made it part of her work to help that happen.
During our summit, Valya will be sharing the impact our food imprint can have on us, helping us to better understand how early lifestyle choices and conditions may have lead to struggles in later years. Valya's love for health and people is evident and appreciated by all who know her and have the chance to hear her speak.

Karen Knowler: How to Eat Right for Your Personality Type

Karen Knowler is "The Raw Food Coach", former Managing Director of The Fresh Network, the UK's Raw and Living Foods organisation, creator and former editor of Get Fresh! magazine and creator of TheRawFoodDirectory.com. With almost two decades of personal experience of eating a raw food diet, Karen has been teaching, writing and coaching professionally on raw foods since 1998. Owing to her ground-breaking work in the field of raw foods and human potential and dubbed "The world's premier raw food coach", Karen is also "trainer to the trainers" and has trained hundreds of raw food coaches and teachers worldwide.

Co-author of Feel-Good Food and author of Raw Food Made Simple, Karen has lectured around the world, has been seen by over 6 million viewers live on national TV, appears frequently in the national press and has coached and worked with people from all backgrounds including well-known celebrities. She is currently working on her next book, publishing in spring 2012 with Hay House.

Karen's extensive knowledge and experience of all issues relating to raw food eating, working with the energy of food, and eating according to the truth of who you are and who you want to be, make her one of the most innovative, original and sought-after holistic eating experts in the world today.

Carol Look: Restore Your Confidence and Control Your Food Cravings with EFT

Carol Look was one of the first practitioners to be designated an EFT Master by the EFT Founder, Gary Craig. She is a success and abundance coach in the energy psychology field and is recognized and respected around the globe for inspiring people to attract abundance into their lives by using EFT and the Law of Attraction to clear limiting beliefs and build prosperity consciousness.

A pioneer and leading voice in the EFT community, Carol has trained and mentored hundreds of practitioners. She is a highly sought after international speaker and workshop leader, and authored the popular book, Attracting Abundance with EFT. While Carol's signature work in the field has been combining EFT with the Law of Attraction, she has also produced quality training products on additional topics such as weight loss, clearing clutter, trauma and pain relief.

Carol is featured as a primary EFT practitioner and energy therapy expert in the DVD documentaries: "The Tapping Solution" and "Operation: Emotional Freedom." She is currently hosting a weekly radio show on the "World Puja Network." For more on Carol's work, please visit www.AttractingAbundance.com.

Pamela Madsen: Bringing Forth the Closeted Conversation About Food and Sex

Pamela Madsen, a veteran advocate and educator (yes, she's been on Oprah!) has taken her no-holds-barred pioneering work in infertility to a new arena: genuine sexual liberation and self-acceptance for all women. Pamela's full-bodied mix of intelligence, humor and startling vulnerability has made her one of the most mediagenic vadvocates for integrated sexuality and a taboo-buster around body image.

She's a featured blogger on Psychology Today and Huffington Post whose entries are regularly picked up by major media outlets--from Jezebel and New York Magazine to The New York Times. Pamela's first book is "Shameless: How I Ditched the Diet, Got Naked and Found True Pleasure and Somehow Got Home In Time To Cook Dinner". Shameless hit the shelves January 2011 and is now available where ever books are sold. Months before the memoir's release, the buzz is spectacular. Notables such as Dr. Christiane Northrup are calling Pamela "a living, breathing embodiment of the power of pleasure to transform one's life." And Pamela did it without losing one inch from her curvaceous Size 14 frame.

During this summit, Pamela will be helping us address why so many women who struggle with eating disorders also are women who come from a history of sexual trama. She helps women get back into their sensation and sensuality so they can stop making chocolate fudge their new lover.

Brian Wansink: Mindless Eating: Why You Eat More Than You Think

Brian Wansink received his Ph.D. in Consumer Behavior in 1990 from Stanford University. Wansink founded the Food and Brand Lab in 1997 at the University of Illinois. In 2005 he moved with his Lab to the Department of Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. At Cornell he is the John S. Dyson Professor of Marketing and Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. He is best known for his work on consumer behavior and food and for popularizing terms such as "mindless eating" and "health halos." His research has focused on how micro- environments influence what and how much people eat and how much they enjoy it. He is the author of over 100 academic articles and books, including Marketing Nutrition (2005) and the best-selling book Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think (Bantam Dell 2006). He is a 2007 recipient of the humorous Ig Nobel Prize and was named ABC World News Person of the Week on January 4, 2008. Since 2006, Wansink has written a monthly column on food behavior for MSNBC entitled Chew on This. In July 2007 he joined Prevention.com as one of their two nutrition columnists, writing the column Food Think with Wansink.

Between 2007 and 2009 Wansink was granted a leave from Cornell to become the Executive Director of the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion in Washington DC, leading the development of the USDA 2010 Dietary Guidelines. In January of 2009 he returned to his job at Cornell University. He is the President Elect of the Society for Nutrition Education.

Rebecca Ching: Creating an Exit Strategy to Help You Get Over ED

Rebecca is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of California and has extensive training in family systems therapy, motivational interviewing, structural, collaborative, solution-oriented and strategic therapy along with experiential therapies such as psychodrama and sensorimotor psychotherapy. She is also a certified EMDR therapist, in the process of completing her CEDS (Certified Eating Disorder Specialist) and certified in Prepare/Enrich.

Rebecca is a writer and regularly speaks at schools, churches, businesses and organizations on topics related to food and body issues, culture & media, trauma, identity, relationships and shame. She is a founding board member and the immediate Past- President of the San Diego chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals and also serve as an expert panelist for FINDINGbalance.com. She also teaches as an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University's San Diego Regional Center for their Marriage and Family Therapy program. Rebecca utilizes her previous professional experiences (as an Aid to a United States Senator in Washington, DC, an Account Executive for an Issue Advocacy Advertising Firm in New York City and as an Area Director and International Staff Coordinator of Young Life's International Division) to help improve the quality of care for those suffering from eating disorders and related issues.

Get Over ED

It's Time to Release Your Worries,
Stress and Anxiety about the Way You Look and What You Eat!

There is SO much more to life and you deserve to start getting a taste of it
instead of more of the food that leaves you feeling sick, fat and unhappy!

SIGN UP NOW to Access the FREE Interviews With Our Panel of Experts and Special Guests
Get Your Attention Off Food and Get It Back on Life

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Here's what you'll get when you SIGN UP TODAY to participate in our FREE online telesummit, "Getting Over ED"

During the 9-Days of this online Tele-Summit, you will

  • receive access to all pre-recorded audio interviews with our guests and experts
  • enjoy daily support emails with cheerful words of encouragement and reminders about call times.
  • be able to contact other participants, make new friends and ask questions for guests and event "hostesses"
  • finally understand the insidious relationship between your pleasure and your pain and how to turn things around
  • feel supported and confident that solutions are in place for you
  • hear from some of the most well-respected authorities on eating disorders and women's health
  • feel more freedom from food obsessions and compulsions
  • have a release stuck energy that you've been keeping bundled up inside
  • start looking at life with a whole, new point of view, feeling confident and hopeful about the future
  • regain more control over your relationship with food, so you don't feel like food is controlling you
  • gain powerful tools and action steps to keep you on the path to recovery and independence
  • finally start loving the way you look and feel in your skin
  • restore belief in yourself and your ability to overcome ANY of your obstacles
  • experience renewed enthusiasm for life and a genuine desire to start living it!

It's Time to Get a Taste of Freedom and a Thirst for Life!
That's the kind of satisfaction you've been looking for on the bottom of an ice cream bucket!

SIGN UP NOW!

Join Us on January 20th for the 9-Days of Inspiration, Support, and the Knowledge You Need to Finally Declare Your Independence from Eating Disorders!

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DISCLAIMER: We are not attempting to diagnose anything, prescribe anything or even "heal" any condition. In fact, we don't even like the idea of "eating disorders" in the first palce. We know there are a lot of women out there struggling to feel good in their own skin. There are women engaged in behavior that is self-destructive, and we NEED these women to thrive because every single one of them is vital to our collective well-being!

If you have a serious health condition caused by your relationship with food, please seek help from a qualified health care professional. Our purpose with this summit is simply to present information, provide support, propose solutions and introduce you to some amazing people we deeply love and admire. We trust this will be helpful to you.

 

None of the claims, products, or programs from this site have been evaluated by a government health body. The advice given is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease OR act as a substitute for a face to face consultation with a qualified medical doctor and, as such, should not be construed as medical advice. Should you have any persistent symptoms or problems, please consult your doctor.