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I had heard clean eating made you feel better – but for me it went wrong

My healthy eating plan led to anorexia and depression. Food bloggers should make it clear that everything is OK in moderation I got into clean eating with a friend around my AS levels, when I was 16. My friends only followed the diet for about two weeks but when they all stopped I continued. I got addicted to it and I lost loads of weight. We all started the diet because we were really stressed and tired and had heard eating better made you feel better, but for me it went wrong.
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