Island Morning | Oct 28, 2013 | 9:53

When Food Becomes The Enemy - Part 1

Natalie Sullivan and Beth Dowbiggin are two Island women who are speaking out about their eating disorders, to increase awareness about the challenges they face. Here's part one of Laura Chapin's series "When food become the enemy".

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