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Candace Cameron Bure

Even though the Full House (and now Fuller House) star began her career very young and essentially grew up on camera, it really wasn't until after the iconic series ended that Candace says her bulimia developed. She revealed her difficult relationship with food during an #EatingRecoveryDay panel in 2016 saying, "I got into a cycle of binge eating and feeling such guilt and shame for that, that I would start purging. And without even knowing, it soon just took over to a point where you feel such a loss of control."

She has since regained control and has developed a better pattern with her diet and has found a love for fitness that has clearly turned into a passion for exercise.

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In 2014, Kesha checked herself into an undisclosed rehab facility to receive treatment for an eating disorder. She emerged stronger and with an empowering perspective that she shared with her fans in an essay for Elle UK, revealing, "I felt like a liar, telling people to love themselves as they are, while I was being hateful to myself and really hurting my body. I wanted to control things that weren't in my power, but I was controlling the wrong things. I convinced myself that being sick, being skinny was part of my job."

She went on to declare in an Instagram post, "I have decided to take my life back...and also a big ol' f**k u if u wanna hate on my body. Just remember that makes u look like a dickhead."

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Demi Lovato

Demi has been an advocate for others struggling with eating disorders, mental illness, and addiction—all of which she's gone through herself and has openly talked about to fans.

She's since been a major supporter of loving her body just how it is, sharing one Snapchat this past summer of herself in a bikini with the caption, "My body isn't perfect, I'm not my fittest but this is me!! And I <3 it." Amen. She also bared even more of her body (and her #selflove soul) in a revealing photo shoot with Vanity Fair, saying, "What does it mean to be confident? It means letting go, being authentic, saying I don't give a fu*k and this is who I am."

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