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EVE SIMMONS: I saw Deliciously Ella as beautiful, successful and happy – everything I wanted to be… but her ‘clean eating’ trend fuelled my anorexia

Experts say even subtle messages about what to eat, and what not to, can easily be misinterpreted. ‘People who are vulnerable to eating disorders tend to be perfectionistic and in search of the ‘best’ way to behave or act,’ says Kerrie Jones, psychotherapist and CEO of eating disorder clinic, Orri. ‘They build belief systems based on things they read and these can be difficult to displace.’

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