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Christina Campion’s New Book, “Time to Eat,” Follows the Author’s Struggles with Eating Disorders and the Path of Recovery She Discovered That Changed Her Life

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Kerhonkson, NY, December 21, 2022 –(PR.com)– Fulton Books author Christina Campion, who currently resides in the lower Catskill Mountains and has worked as a chef with a wide range of styles, has completed her most recent book, “Time to Eat: Healing Mind, Body and Soul with a Modern-day Macrobiotic Lifestyle: The Story of a Once-Starved Survivor”: a deeply personal tale that follows the author’s journey through an eating disorder to achieve a healthier lifestyle and way of eating.

“The book is an account of my life journey and particularly my relationship to/with food, eating, and eating disorders,” writes Campion. “It also recounts a rather-amazing experience of eating consciously for the first time and my eventual recovery using the advice and recommendations of a senior macrobiotic counselor called Denny Waxman.”

Campion continues, “‘Time to Eat’ gives some detailed information regarding the causes,…

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