Khloe Kardashian’s ‘Revenge Body’ Is About Letting Bullies Win

“Intense calorie restriction makes people obsess about food,” said Dr. Alexis Conason, an obesity psychologist based in New York. This increases the risk of developing an eating disorder.“These diets very often evolve from, you know, wanting to get revenge on an ex, or a friend, or whatever by changing your body to full-fledged eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia,” she told The Outline. “It’s unfortunately not uncommon.”
Furthermore, it doesn’t work. “Typically what we see is that people regain the weight,” Dr. Conason said. “They blame themselves. They think it’s their fault that they couldn’t sustain the weight loss even though that’s the expected outcome from these kinds of dramatic weight-loss attempts.”… “What people are searching for, I find, is a sense of acceptance and peace with themselves, and that comes from changing your mindset, not changing your body,” Dr. Conason said, stressing the importance of finding an experienced and compatible therapist to help tackle these issues. Read the full article here