I Wanna Be Thin!Mon, Feb 28th 2005
I'm 12, 5'2, and weigh 103 but i would do anything to weigh 90! I'm not big boned or anything but its just when i try to diet and eat right i end up failing EVERY time! so I've come to a conclusion... i can not eat. well i have to eat some or my parents would find out what i was doing.... so i wanted to know if i stop eating all but one full meal a day for 10 days then would my body eat up most of my body fat? actually i already know that when your anorexic your body eats your body fat... but if i eat just lunch everyday will my body stop eating my body fat after i eat lunch... or dinner... please help... i wanna be thin! please!
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