對艾米來說，她後來被診斷為暴飲暴食症（BED），在確保我們更好地理解病情的 "灰色地帶 "方面，照亮這一點是至關重要的。
For Amy, who went on to be diagnosed with binge eating disorder (BED), shining a light on this is essential in making sure we better understand the "grey area" of conditions.
"The documentary showed quite a few people had slipped into a disorder via disordered eating," the 24-year-old from Wigan says, adding the more that people can be aware of the early signs, the sooner they can get help.
Beat estimates that more than a million people in the UK live with an eating disorder and it says there has been an increase since the Covid lockdowns.
"By having it as more of a common conversation and people being more open about it, hopefully more people will be feeling comfortable in starting those conversations."
In the film, Zara also opens up about her concerns about whether she was influencing her followers in a negative way by sharing her meals and exercise routines.
"I think a lot of us with social media followings have triggered someone in some way at some point so it's really important for me to take accountability."
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