In honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, “Fat Girl Dancing” YouTube sensation and My Big Fat Fabulous Life reality star Whitney Way Thore talks openly about her struggles with an eating disorder throughout her life — especially while a teenager.
Demi Lovato — like most who’ve struggled with an eating disorder or mental health problem — said her personal battle is ongoing.
Meghan Trainor, whose song “All About That Bass,” champions the bodies of girls of all shapes and sizes is under fire for some careless words about eating disorders.
Pussycat Dolls’ Nicole Scherzinger is opening up about her eating disorder struggle for the first time, saying bulimia nearly ruined her voice during her 20s. See what she said about finally realizing she had a problem and how she’s doing these days…
Academy Award-winner Diane Keaton explained to Dr. Oz this week exactly what she would consume in one day during the height of her bulimia battle. Dr. Oz estimated it added up to roughly 20,000 calories. Diane also spoke about finally overcoming the food addiction.
A London coroner said Peaches Geldof’s cause of death is still unknown following an autopsy. Meanwhile, a close family friend speculated that the 25-year-old’s recent weight loss played a role in her untimely death.
Last week while performing at SXSW Lady Gaga had a young artist purposefully vomit on her twice during her act. Gaga has been open about her struggles with eating disorders, but Demi Lovato thinks having someone throw up on her onstage wasn’t a helpful image for people who suffer from eating disorders.
The matriarch of 19 Kids and Counting revealed her history with bulimia this week, which happens to be the 27th Annual National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. See what Michelle said about her struggle…
Dr. Drew’s 21-year-old daughter Paulina Pinsky penned an amazing piece about her own struggles with anorexia and bulimia and her work is now garnering national attention. Read the heartfelt piece in full, see an insightful interview with Paulina that aired today on CNN and read what her father had to say about her opening up.
Part of Ke$ha’s eating disorder rehab therapy involves art therapy, and the pop star’s favorite art involves a part of the human anatomy. Occasionally Ke$ha has her friend tweet thanks to her fans for support, but yesterday her friend asked for something. “She’s doing well and needs more of your teeth to make art with at the treatment center. She misses you :)” Unfortunately for Ke$ha, the rehab has other ideas.