What we people have to say about Fed Up Inc.!
“Fed Up Inc. supports a MOVEMENT of kids who are truly fed up with the imposed one standard of beauty and health. I have seen boys and girls leave Fed Up’s programs empowered, challenged, and changed, ready to make a difference in this generation. I thank them whole-heartedly for their work.”
Kirsten Haglund, Miss America 2007 and Founder Kirsten Haglund Foundation
” I believe that this program has been developed with great patience and care, sensitivity to the important issues, and respect for the participant.”
Dr. Michael Levine, Disordered Eating and Body Image Expert; Professor Kenyon College
*NOTE Fed Up Curriculum was developed with feedback from and the support of Dr. Michael P. Levine, Fellow of the Academy for Eating Disorders and expert on the prevention negative body image and disordered eating.
“Bridget Loves has created an amazing program and the nutrition section was written and approved by me, so I know it is good!”
“Children who see us Diet,will grow up denying themselves of food, Children who see us comparing ourselves to others, will grow up never feeling their best, and Children who see us hate our bodies, will grow up to be adults who hate their bodies too! Stop letting your messages of today,get in the way of the hopes and dreams of tomorrow! Do it for you….Do it for all the little girls and boys!”♥♥
Melissa De Hart, Eating Disorder Recovery Expert and Coach
“Fed Up is a fantastic organization that I have seen do great things firsthand. I am proud to work with Fed Up because it’s something that I believe in.”
Whitney Thompson, Wilhemina Model and Winner of America’s Next Top Model Cycle 10
“Prevention is the key to reducing the emotional and physical toll that eating disorders take on our youth. Fed Up Inc. is a brilliant program, aimed at helping our young people say “no” to dieting and “yes” to respecting the bodies with which they are born. If only there could be more groups that would follow in Fed Ups footsteps!”
“People forget that an ouch of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It could not be a more appropriate saying for preventing eating disorders. Research has shown that specific school prevention programs work but they have to have the right ingredients helping girls and boys with self esteem and becoming media savvy. Mentoring girls and boys to appreciate, accept and love their bodies is critical. Fed Up Inc. is a program designed to do that. My goal would be to have a Fed Up staff in every school.”
“Fed Up Inc. is a wonderful organization working hard to encourage positive body image and confidence in our children. I love that this organization uses a hands on approach, which not only focuses on young girls but boys as well. Fed Up Inc. is really making a difference in the community and changing lives for the better.”
Chenese Lewis, President NOW Hollywood Chapter and Miss Plus America 2003
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