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American Pie actress Tara Reid struggled with anorexia after the breakup with fiance MTV DJ Carson Daly.
Tara Reid has denied rumors that she's suffering from an eating disorder, after tabloids published pictures of the one-time actress looking painfully thin.
Some sources claim she is battling an eating disorder, but Teri claims she's just careful about what she eats, adding: 'The only thing I'm guilty of is being too athletic and refusing to eat garbage. I eat a lot of fruit'.
"Desperate Housewives" star Teri Hatcher slammed accusations about her having an eating disorder, claiming she has a very healthy life.
Thandie Newton’s dress at last night’s Empire Awards certainly didn’t do anything to improve her super-skinny look. It hung off her body shapelessly and her arms looked like twigs - we suspect the Empire Award she won for Best Actress would weigh more than she did…
(December 3, 1963 – March 31, 2005) Her physician failed to recognize and diagnose bulimia. She was a woman from St. Petersburg, Florida whose medical and family circumstances and attendant legal battles fueled intense media attention and led to several high-profile court decisions and involvement by politicians and interest groups. Schiavo, then 26, collapsed in her home in 1990 and experienced respiratory and cardiac arrest. She remained in a coma for ten weeks. Within three years, she was diagnosed as being in a persistent vegetative state (PVS). In 1998, Terri's husband and guardian Michael Schiavo petitioned the courts to remove her gastric feeding tube; Terri's parents, Robert and Mary Schindler, opposed this. The courts found that Terri Schiavo was in a PVS and that she should not be kept alive. In 2003, the matter began to receive national attention.
The Growing Pains actress has always been very vocal about her struggles with food. During her time with the Seaver's she put on some weight and was later asked to lose it. Years later she would go on to tell Access Hollywood, "I got all these compliments and accolades…and it really kind of messed with my head." Her lowest weight went down to 79 and she even had to leave the show at one point to be hospitalized. Since then she's gotten a lot healthier and even came out with a new Lifetime series Starving Secrets with Tracey Gold in 2011 to help others.