"I was very nervous to post it and didn’t think properly," Halsey tweeted. "I had positive intentions."
The youngest daughter of Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin said she followed a diet of mostly cayenne pepper and lemon water for 25 days.
"I’ve been left with another scar and a lot of stretch marks, but I don’t look at them with disgust. I look at them and I feel proud."
The pop star got frank about her past with her former Disney Channel co-stars.
Demi Lovato is getting very candid about her relapse, which culminated in a near-fatal overdose.
The hitmaker shares a lot with her fans, but kept quiet about a secret struggle with an eating disorder — until now.
"All I see in the photo on the left is sadness, exhaustion, insecurity and lack of worth beyond size."
In a new interview for Ashley Graham's podcast, the reality star admits that delighting in being told that she looked "anorexic" could legitimately offend people.
Kendall Jenner and Khloé Kardashian's comments about their sister Kim's weight loss have been accused of glorifying eating disorders.
"I wanted to show that you can still be a healthy, happy person even if you are plus-size or may have a little extra fat or curves on you. It's not something to be ashamed of or hide."
Melanie Chisholm, aka Mel C, opened up about how she developed depression and an eating disorder while at the height of Spice Girls' fame in a new interview with the Telegraph.
"Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland posted an Instagram of herself modeling a T-shirt and rumors began that she had anorexia, rumors that she dismissed.
Clare has posted a slew of revealing belly snaps to her Instagram account since joining. An eating disorder survivor has taken to Instagram to courageously bare her stomach rolls, as part of her commitment toward recovery and self-love. Clare, known as Becoming Body Positive on Instagram, has posted a slew of revealing belly snaps to her account since joining in December 2016.
Titled Unfiltered: No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me, it’s a poignant, at times heartbreaking, but always candid revelation about abusive relationships, eating disorders, and the ongoing pressure to be perfect. In it she shares the good, the bad, and the very ugly — much like Lena Dunham did in her bestseller, Not That Kind of Girl — body shamers be damned. If people still shame you after that, what can you do?” Collins tells Yahoo Style.
When Jean-Marie Menzies, mom-of-three, noticed her 16-year-old daughter was making drastic changes to her diet, she was overcome with concern. Over a six month period her teenage daughter, Phoebe Brettell, had lost a lot of weight — and while her mom wanted to intervene, she feared her words might alienate Phoebe and make things worse. In March of 2016, Phoebe approached her mother instead.
Penelope is 22 weeks pregnant. At this point, most pregnant women are beginning to share their exciting baby news with friends and family — not to mention showing off that adorable bump. For 12 years, Penelope has battled OSFED (other specified feeding and eating disorders), an eating disorder that presents many of the same symptoms as other disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia or binge eating disorder.
“When I got the email I started screaming,” says Faith (whose hometown in the mag is listed as “British Columbia”). “It’s been surreal.” ALSO SEE: Woman loses more than 100 pounds in 9 months – without surgery! People discovered Faith through her Instagram account, where she speaks openly about her struggles with excess weight, poor body image, and food addiction. Faith used to go to three different Dairy Queens to get the same thing—Skor Blizzards with extra fudge and extra Skor—so that the staff working the drive-through wouldn’t recognize her. She would spray her car with air freshener afterward so that no one would catch on to her secret snacks. After the birth of her first child in 2000, Faith weighed 220 pounds and wore size 44 men’s pants.