Alexis Ren Eating Disorder

So I’ve made about three posts on Alexis Ren, and they have become some of the most popular posts on my blog. Here, here, and here, some links to my other posts. Anyways, one of the biggest interests about her, after her workout/diet plan was her possible eating disorder.

Here is what she looked like around 6 months ago.

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Perfect body, but not stick think model body.

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As you can see, her arms and thighs had a teeny(!!!) bit of fat on them.

Now her body looks like this.

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Now there is no denying that she lost weight. But not all weight loss is unhealthy.

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I just hope she’s happy with her body since it’s amazing and everyone deserves to be confident.

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Lastly, she looks really really skinny in this picture, and personally I think her body with a little more was more attractive, but my opinion doesn’t matter, because it’s her body!

Alexis Ren is a model. She gets payed to have a fantastic body, have fantastic skin, and look beautiful.If she is losing weight in order to book more jobs or be a high fashion model, then thats pretty much the same thing as an athlete getting bulkier or gaining weight for their profession.

People go so crazy over skinny people. They say they’re worried for her health and worried she’s going to die. Well, anorexia kills less than 800 people a year and obesity kills over 80,000 people a day. SO if you’re so concerned with peoples health go comment things like that on over weigh peoples pictures and tell them you’re concerned, that they would look better if they lose weight, and are unhealthy. See how crazy that sounds? So stop commenting on Alexis’ weight especially expressing concern. IF she does have a problem your comments will do absolutely nothing. Anorexia is a massive issue, but we don’t know if she is.

Just because someone loses weight doesn’t mean they’re starving. Stress, travel, working out, and lower fat intake can all contribute to fat loss and none of those things make someone anorexic. If she gains or loses weight, just remember, it’s none of your business. 

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7 thoughts on “Alexis Ren Eating Disorder

    1. A vegan activist posted on her blog a few medical journals and that’s where I got the information. Anorexia is very rare compared to obesity, and death related to anorexia is far more rare than death related to obesity. Obesity causes heart disease, and many other fatal illnesses. When looking at all the deaths caused by being over weight the number is wildly high. (I was surprised too)

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  1. Hope you realise that Anorexia is a mental disorder which causes you to be underweight due to it. So the concern isn’t just because her weight might kill her, but for her mental health, mental health kills many people a year due to suicide and such, so your statistics compared to obesity are irrelevant because obesity is a symptom of something (poor diet, depression causing lethargy, bad diet, hyper thyroidism etc), Anorexia is not a “symptom” but a mental illness like depression.

    “Anorexia nervosa has the highest death rate of any psychiatric illness (including major depression). The mortality rate associated with anorexia nervosa is 12 times higher than the death rate of ALL causes of death for females 15-24 years old. Without treatment, up to 20% of people with serious eating disorders die.”

    https://www.b-eat.co.uk/about-beat/media-centre/information-and-statistics-about-eating-disorders

    Eating disorders have the highest morality rate of any mental illness.
    1 in 5 anorexia deaths is by suicide.
    http://www.anad.org/get-information/about-eating-disorders/eating-disorders-statistics/

    Also, you found the statistics on someone’s blog… okaaay.

    So peoples’ concern is justified.

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    1. Yes, I used to suffer from it… and have mentioned that multiple times but thank you for letting me know. Also I understand those statistics, if you re-read the article maybe you’ll see that. Also I was talking about people who nag her for underrating not “having anorexia”. I never said she had an eating disorder… again if you read the article…

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