Remember the good old days when the hit show Full House was in full swing? You know, when Mary Kate and Ashely were just two cute little babies, not weird angst ridden stick figures. When Alanis Morrisette hadn’t written a scathing anthem about geeky Dave Coullier. And child star Candace Cameron was not battling bulimia.
Times have changed for that all-star family, and now Candace Cameron Bure is speaking out about her struggle with Bulimia in her new book title Reshaping it All.
Read on for more details!
Growing up on TV through those awkward, chunky teen years did not do a lot for Candace Cameron’s self esteem.
But now, at age 34, the former child star has never been in better shape.
In an exclusive People article Candace opens up and said:
It’s a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over.
In her new book Reshaping It All, the child star confesses that she began binging and purging after Full House ended its run in 1995.
It wasn’t about me trying to lose weight. It was all about emotions.
Thankfully now at a healthy weight and staring in the ABC Family series Make It or Break It, Candace says she stays thin with family exercise time with the hubby and kids Natasha, 12, Lev, 10, and Maks, 8.
Her diet philosophy allows everything – including sweets – in moderation. You go, Candance!
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