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Doctors Told Her That Anorexia Will Kill Her. .She Had An Epic Transformation Instead!

Megan Jayne, 22, who was hospitalised nearly died. She suffered from anorexia so severe that here weight dropped to 70 pounds.Before being hospitalized, she spent summer in a youth psychiatric institution. Doctors told him that she had only a few weeks to live and prescribed her tube feeding and bed rest. After five years of crash dieting, she learned to love her body and began posting photos of her 'Thunder Thighs' online and gained 40000 fans. She has made her mission to inspire other women because she believes that 'body positivity has the power to save lives'.

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Doctors Told Her That Anorexia Will Kill Her. .She Had An Epic Transformation Instead!

Doctors Told Her That Anorexia Will Kill Her. .She Had An Epic Transformation Instead!

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Megan, while she was suffering from anorexia.

Megan, while she was suffering from anorexia.

Megan Jayne was 14 when she was diagnosed with anorexia. She was hospitalized when she was 15 and told by doctors that she had only a few weeks to live, being fed through the tube.

At the age of 22. Now she inspires women to love their body by sharing pictures of her belly rolls online.

At the age of 22. Now she inspires women to love their body by sharing pictures of her belly rolls online.

She said: 'If my tummy rolls or cellulite being shamelessly embraced can show someone else that their body is worth loving too, then I will post the most tummy-tastic, lumpy bumpy, thunder thigh, pictures I can'.

She said: 'If my tummy rolls or cellulite being shamelessly embraced can show someone else that their body is worth loving too, then I will post the most tummy-tastic, lumpy bumpy, thunder thigh, pictures I can'.

She added: 'I try to show people that the impossible beauty standards on our screens and in our magazines are not requirements for happiness'.

She added: 'I try to show people that the impossible beauty standards on our screens and in our magazines are not requirements for happiness'.

"I honestly believe that body positivity has the power to save lives, and that is my mission."

“I honestly believe that body positivity has the power to save lives, and that is my mission.”

At last, she is happy.

At last, she is happy.

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