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HAPPY – WITHOUT THE MEAL

ASSEMBLY technician Angela Gerzanics, 35, had used food to make herself feel better since she was a young child and it soon became her coping mechanism.

As early as the age of nine her diet was out of control and Angela became overweight. And stayed that way. Nothing changed for Angela; if anything she became larger, and over the years food remained her only comfort.

However, as happy as food made Angela, she felt miserable about her

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