Recipe for CHANGE

Miller, Robin
September 2007
Guideposts;Sep2007, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p50
The author reflects on how her sister's death from anorexia fueled her passion to promote nutrition. She describes herself and her family. She recounts the events that led to her sister's death. She admits that she studied nutrition in college because she wanted to understand people's relationships with food.


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