Bringing it to Light: Eating Disorders

Hey POPsters!

For quite some time, I’ve been noticing a lot of questions regarding eating disorders (EDs) and some fans have speculated that I may have one myself. (I honestly didn’t know too much about EDs until I got on Tumblr and started seeing all these hashtags for #thinspo and #thinspiration.)

So I got very curious and started doing some research. I began to worry. I questioned whether or not my love for fitness was giving off the wrong message. As you know, I care about you guys a lot and I would never want to advise you with information that may later be used in a harmful manner.

Because the world of EDs is foreign to me, I decided to head straight to the experts. Today I bring to you two health professionals who will shed some light on this topic. The two ladies come from different backgrounds – one is a holistic health coach and recovered anorexic and the other is a registered dietician. I am putting their interviews side by side so that you can get a full 360 degree understanding of EDs from an emotional and experienced standpoint to a more medical perspective.

Please click page 2 below to begin the interview!

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  • Miranda Miller

    Being 16 years old, having an eating disorder is definitely the hardest thing I’ve had to deal with in my life. I probably started when I was 13. I was diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa purge-type. I dropped down to 80 pounds. Being a healthy 105 now, this website and these videos inspire my recovery. I have been purge free for 15 days now. I am trying to eat clean and exercise and you inspire me so much, Cassey. You gave me hope. Thank you :)

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