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Malin Andersson poses for snaps in a sports bra and underwear after sharing a candid post teaching her followers about ’emotional eating’

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Malin Andersson, 31, posed in a sports bra and underwear on her Instagram Stories on Friday after teaching her followers about 'emotional eating.'

Malin Andersson posed in a sports bra and underwear on her Instagram Stories on Friday after sharing a candid post about emotional eating.

The former Love Island star, 31, posed for a mirror selfie in her dressing room wearing a dark nude bra and a pair of white underwear.

She captioned the selfie in the meticulously manicured room “Body combat time” and added a ninja emoji.

Before this story, Malin posted a real talk about emotional eating, which she described as “aimless snacking.”

In the reel’s description, Malin wrote: ‘ARE YOU AN EMOTIONAL EATER? Being present and aware of the emotional state you are in before eating is something I learned to do.

Malin Andersson, 31, posed in a sports bra and underwear on her Instagram Stories on Friday after teaching her followers about ’emotional eating.’

The former Love Island star took a mirror selfie in her dressing room wearing a dark nude bra with a pair of white underwear.

The former Love Island star took a mirror selfie in her dressing room wearing a dark nude bra with a pair of white underwear.

Prior to this story, Malin posted a video talking about emotional eating, which she described as

Prior to this story, Malin posted a video talking about emotional eating, which she described as “aimless snacking.”

And she concluded: “To tune into my body’s signals. I knew that if I was already full, there was a different reason to eat.” I hope this helps someone.’

It comes after Malin proudly posed in her underwear after sharing words about body positivity in a powerful Instagram post in early February.

In the post, she sported a pair of white panties and a gray training bra as she flexed her muscles in the mirror.

Malin seemed happy as she opened up about her body image and “fun facts” about her journey in an accompanying caption.

She spoke candidly about her diet and exercise regime while responding to trolls’ claims that she suffered from an eating disorder.

Malin had previously spoken out about her battle with binge eating and calorie counting, and urged her followers to reach out for support.

She wrote: ‘Please don’t tell me I have an eating disorder. Please don’t tell me I’m too thin. Please don’t tell me that I’m not the same as I used to be… Because I’m not…

‘Here are some fun facts about how I got my body to evolve: I don’t weigh myself, I learned to eat on my own intuitively.

It comes after Malin proudly posed in her underwear after sharing words about body positivity in a powerful Instagram post in early February.

It comes after Malin proudly posed in her underwear after sharing words about body positivity in a powerful Instagram post in early February.

She continued: ‘I exercise some days, others I don’t… but I try to move my body to release energy, even if I’m carrying Xaya around the house doing some squats if I’m feeling lazy.

‘I love protein, I love chocolate too…but I don’t count my calories…EVER.

‘When I opt for healthier food options it’s because I want my brain to feel good that day and I need good energy.

‘I try not to eat emotionally anymore, I find out what the reason is before I reach for a chocolate bar and I’m already full: what am I avoiding?

‘I don’t have food rules and I don’t limit myself to anything. I tell myself I can have anything I want, but what do I really need?

‘I take the right supplements and vitamins to take care of my mind and body.

‘To do all of the above, I first had to learn to heal the wounds of abandonment, self-love and low self-esteem… because until then I would have exercised and eaten healthy foods to look good, not to feel good. There is a big difference behind the reasons.

‘I hope this helps someone.’ Malin finished the caption with a heart and brain emoji.

The former Love Island star has been open about her struggle with eating disorders in the past and has shared before and after photos from her journey.

The former Love Island star has been open about her struggle with eating disorders in the past and has shared before and after photos from her journey.

The influencer has been open about her struggle with eating disorders in the past and shared a photo of herself at age 18 when she weighed just eight kilos.

About the photo, he wrote: “I came across this when I was going through my old photos. In this photo I am 18 years old, I weigh about 8 kilos and I didn’t eat. That sums it up well.

‘As you can see, I’m dead behind my eyes, and the only joy I received was my growling stomach, that control of the kilos that drop every day.

‘These were the days when I wanted to start ‘modeling’ and I got lost in beauty pageants. They were also the days when Malin no longer existed and my soul did not shine.

‘You see, I’ve talked about my eating disorders, laxative abuse, calorie counting, etc., but the binge eating I feel was the worst for me. It was a vicious circle of:

‘Malin goes shopping, buys a bunch of junk food she deprived herself of, secretly goes to her room, stuffs her face until she feels sick, and then goes straight to the bathroom to throw it up and get it out of her system. .

‘Malin then weighs herself to make sure everything is okay, then feels guilty, ashamed and unaware of the life around her.

‘Malin feels depressed, falls asleep hungry and wakes up wanting to do it all over again. This. Was. My. Life.

Malin previously spoke out about her six-year battle with an eating disorder in hopes of helping others with the same struggle see their value.

Malin previously spoke out about her six-year battle with an eating disorder in hopes of helping others with the same struggle see their value.

In August 2023, Malin was rushed to hospital due to a flare-up of her irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

She said: ‘I developed IBS in my teens, after struggling with my self-image, I abused laxatives to empty my body.

“I remember waking up every day with terrible cramps and having to go to the bathroom just so I could ‘look and feel thinner.'”

Malin has spent 2023 focusing on her health and “internal healing,” after welcoming her daughter, Xaya, in January 2022.

Their first daughter, Consy, was born seven weeks premature in December 2018 and was treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, but sadly passed away on January 22, 2019.

Malin previously revealed the brutal trolling she received on Instagram following her weight loss.

The former Love Island star recalled that she had “never known anything like it” since making a healthy lifestyle change.

For help and support on the issues raised in this article, please contact the UK eating disorder charity Beat on 0808 801 0677.

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