Jameela Jamil reveals that her digestive system & # 39; was destroyed by potions from the internet & # 39; that she had bought in an attempt to lose weight after developing an & # 39; obsession & # 39; as a child
- Jameela Jamil, 33, said she was & # 39; digested & # 39; because of her obsession with her weight
- Stylist magazine told her menstrual period stopped due to extreme weight loss
- Told how the digestive system & # 39; was destroyed by potions from the internet & # 39;
- Revealed it all started when her teacher weighed all the girls in her class
Jameela Jamil has revealed the extent of her obsession with her weight and admitted that & # 39; magic potions from the internet & # 39; have destroyed her digestive system.
The activist and actor, 33, opened about her weight in this week's issue Stylist, where she is acting as one of the ten editors this year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the brand.
Jameela told how her obsession started when her class of all girls was weighed for each other at the age of 11, humiliating and embarrassing her when she discovered she was the toughest.
She said she was consumed during her teens and early twenties & # 39; through her weight obsession.
& # 39; I drank all the detox teas, I took all the laxatives, I did all the fad diets, I studied all the pro-anorexia websites, & # 39; she explained. & # 39; I spent every penny spent trying to be thinner. I would pass out due to lack of nutrition. My period stopped for a year. & # 39;
Jameela Jamil, 33, said that her obsession with her weight led to her digestive system being destroyed by potions from the Internet. Pictured, during the NBC segment of the TCA Press Tour 2019 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 8 in Beverly Hills, California
Jameela has long spoken out in support of self-confidence and recently told how she & # 39; grateful & # 39; is for the physique she has.
She claimed she was only 11 years old when her parents put her on her first & # 39; crash diet & # 39; after she heard she was the toughest in her class.
& # 39; My teacher had the brilliant idea of weighing all the girls in my class to teach us about data collection and graphing, & # 39; she explained.
& # 39; One by one we were weighed for each other and gasped for breath, envy, and ridicule of course. & # 39;
The actor and activist (depicted as a child) told how she followed her first crash diet at the age of 11 after being weighed as the toughest in her class
From that moment on, Jameela went all the way to the & # 39; perfect & # 39; figure to reach during her teenage years and early adulthood.
The full interview appears in this week's issue of Jameela Jamil takes over Stylist on Wednesday, August 28, 2019
& # 39; I was so thin at one point that I was bothered by my own mattress, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; My heart became thinner. My thyroid and adrenal glands panicked. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; My digestion was destroyed by magic potions from the internet. I was depressed. I was weak. I was in chaos. & # 39;
The activist called her obsession with her weight a waste of time, money and happiness – before adding that she would weigh herself every day until last year.
& # 39; Am I a winner today or am I a loser? & # 39; she asked. & # 39; What a horrible waste of happiness. What a horrible waste of time. & # 39;
& # 39; What a sad thing for a smart girl, who knew better technically, to keep her deep, dark secret for so long. & # 39;
The full interview appears in this week's issue of Jameela Jamil takes over Stylist out on Wednesday, August 28, 2019.
Jameela admitted that during her teenage years and early twenties she went through & # 39; everything & # 39; was consumed. Shown at Cosmopolitan & # 39; S Ultimate Women Awards 2010 in London, 24 years old
The actress explained that she & # 39; in chaos & # 39; was at the height of her obsession and would faint due to lack of nutrition. Pictured on & # 39; The Good Place & # 39; FYC event in Los Angeles on June 7, 2019
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