‘The right Place’ star Jameela Jamil, recalls that it felt “too fat”, while struggling with an eating disorder

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Jameela Jamil is open about her past struggles with an eating disorder.

“The right Place” star, 33, took to Twitter with a photo of herself from 10 years ago, when she was told that she was “too fat.”

“This is a very sad day 10 years ago,” she said in a tweet. “I didn’t want to go to the event because I was convinced that I was “too fat” and that I would be in the public vet came out the next day.”

In the picture, Jamil can be seen wearing a black dress with her hands on her hips.

“I was so weak that I only managed to stay for 10 [minues],” she continued. “Eating disorders/dysmorphia are so wild. I missed out in my teens/20’s.”


Jamil came in to the picture with a message to her followers on the lookout for the treatment of other similar diseases.

“The therapy I have used to help me with this, it was called EMDR, it is faster, so it was a lot cheaper,” she said. “CBT did not work for me. So, if it doesn’t work for you, try EMDR. It is available free of charge in some countries. I’m glad that I’m brilliant, “I Weigh’ the community for helping in my recovery. Love you so much.”

The show has proven to be a passionate advocate for the issues of the body and its health, often speaking out in public against products that are beneficial for weight loss.

Jamil, recently slammed Khloe Kardashian for the promotion of weight loss products on the social media.

When Kardashian, 35, posted on Instagram to promote meal replacement shakes, Jamil commented, calling her “irresponsible.”

“If you want to be irresponsible in order to: (a) the fact that you are a personal trainer, a nutritionist, who are likely to be the head chef, and a surgeon to achieve your aesthetic, rather than this is the purgative product, and (b) explains the effects of these NON-FDA approved product, which most doctors say is not good, [s side], then I guess I am,” said Jamil in the comments below.

She mentioned, leg cramps, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and dehydration of the product and its possible side effects.


Jamil is also punched with the designer Karl Lagerfeld after his death, in February, referred to him as “a ferocious fat-phobic misogynist.”

The actress is the founder of the organization, and I Weigh, is that it promotes body positivity and trying to tackle the eating disorder way of life by encouraging people to share things about themselves that they’re happy to be online.

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