Episode 8: The Stigma of Obesity & What It Takes To Help

Dee Dee Shaw is back from the cruise and will rejoin us on May 31, 2011.

FEATURED GUEST: Judy Mc “K” is a Consultant and Entrepreneur who in her successful management of weight loss, going from over 530 lbs to 200 lbs, works passionately to tell the un-told truth about the conspiracies in the food industry that encourage childhood obesity. She furthers speaks to the emotional aspect of obesity and shares solutions. In this show I wanted to get at the underlying issues, the hurt, the pain, the suffering. We don’t know what we don’t know and don’t know to ask or explore because we don’t know that we don’t know that we don’t know. What makes this show significant is that it attempts to get at a bigger picture than what meets the eye. Where does the responsibility lie? What is your responsibility? How will we bring about the needed change. How do we save the lives of the children? To contact Judy call 202-745-0406.

Click this link to hear Episode 8: The Stigma of Obesity & What It Takes To Help

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About lifetreestation

Maturing, entrepreneurial, trainer, keynote speaker, facilitator, radio show host, XPR Advisor interested in continuing to improve the quality of his life, treat each day as if it were the last, and come to a wisdom that allows him to model the change that he desires to see in others. He focuses at times on obesity and other nutritionally related challenges that can be eliminated. NOW! Obesity is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease, certain types of cancer, and type 2 diabetes. During the past 20 years there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in the United States. This will stop as we become wiser.
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One Response to Episode 8: The Stigma of Obesity & What It Takes To Help

  1. Judy contacted me today to say that the show that we did Sun and yesterday was on the Dr. Oz show today. I attempted to post a m on the Dr. Oz show but will have to wait to see if it passes their muster. In any event, we are on point and addressing the issues that need to be addressed in the community as 2/3 of Americans are over weight with 1/3 being considered as obese. Losing weight is not to look good or for some ego-glamour trip but to feel better at your optimum where the body functions as it will to do what it does best…heal itself.

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