Author and Creator of Program Aimed at Permanent Weight Loss Is Upcoming Guest on Radio

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William Anderson, creator and author of The Anderson Method, discusses his unconventional weight loss methods and talks about his own success of losing weight and keeping it off on a live half-hour Radio program on Thursday, May 10 at 3:30 pm (ET).

On Radio, we share with listeners many approaches to weight loss and health,” said Linda Frankenbach.

William Anderson, psychotherapist, creator and author of The Anderson Method, a program aimed at permanent weight loss, will be a guest on fitsmi Radio on Thursday, May 10th at 3:30 pm (ET). Linda Frankenbach, founder and CEO of and, will host the live half-hour program.

Mr. Anderson, who lost 140 pounds and has kept it off for 25 years, will discuss his personal story, the elements of The Anderson Method, what he thinks is behind weight gain and how we can overcome what he views as an addiction.

According to Anderson, “It teaches state-of-the-art therapeutic techniques to help you ‘reprogram’ habits and automatic behavior so that permanent weight loss becomes habitual.” The interview will discuss some of his techniques, including self-talk, conscious eating, tensing vs. relaxing, modeling and vision mapping.

“On Radio, we share with listeners many approaches to weight loss and health,” said Linda Frankenbach. “We expect that our conversation with William Anderson about his method will enlighten our audience and help them reflect on why, as a nation, we overeat and how we move forward to make changes for ourselves and for our families.”

After the original airing, the program will be available on podcast at is a web community where teen girls (ages 13-18) struggling with their weight can go to feel good about themselves, get reliable information, laugh, build friendships, find support, set goals and stay on track by using’s Change Machine. fitsmi’s Change Machine, and the mobile version, fitsmi2Go, was designed to help girls create personal daily attainable goals that help create positive healthy and sustainable change, as well as to be a social network where girls can support each other. Follow on Facebook and twitter (@fitsmi)., a web community for parents of children struggling with their weight, is a separate companion site to offers support, information and guidance to help parents make healthy choices for their children and to help them through the challenges of having an overweight child. Follow fitsmiForMoms on Facebook and twitter (@fitsmiForMoms).

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