A young doctor from Hampshire who almost died from anorexia when she was a teenager has launched a film to help schoolchildren recognise and combat-eating disorders.
When Elizabeth McNaught was 14, she had to be hospitalised. Her long recovery inspired her to become a doctor and help others.
Twelve years after she almost died from anorexia, Lizzie McNaught returns to Romsey School.
Now recovered and a successful doctor, she’s sharing her experience to help others.
She’s been working with pupils at the school to produce a film called ‘Spot the Signs’ about a day in the life of a young person.
It uses the mnemonic ABCDE- Absence Body Control Diet Exercise.