Victoria Beckham: "I was very obsessed. I mean, I could tell you the fat content and the calorie content in absolutely anything."
Kate Beckinsale: On her teenage anorexia: "People keep asking me about it but I don't want to be famous for being a former anorexic."
Kate Beckinsale: "I always felt that anorexia was the form of breakdown most readily available to adolescent girls."
Courtney Cox-Arquette: "I don't want to feel I'm responsible for anorexia across the country."
Calista Flockhart: On her extreme thinness during her 'Ally McBeal' years: "I started under-eating, over-exercising, pushing myself too hard and brutalizing my immune system. I guess I just didnít find time to eat. I am much more healthy these days."
Keira Knightley: "I've got a lot of experience with anorexia -- my grandmother and great-grandmother suffered from it, and I had a lot of friends at school who suffered from it. I know it's not something to be taken lightly and I don't."
Keira Knightley: "[The press] said to me yesterday 'How does it feel to be called anorexic?' and I had no idea that I was. I'm not saying there aren't people in the film industry that suffer from it, because I am sure that there are. But I'm quite sure I don't have it."
Portia de Rossi: "I would eat 300 calories a day - a lot of Jell-O and no-sugar everything, of course. I was doing Pilates, weight-training, circuit training; over lunch I would run on a treadmill in my dressing room with a fan on my face so I wouldn't sweat my makeup off."
Peta Wilson: "I was anorexic-bulimic when I was 16-17. It was a top secret that time, but these things always are."
Kate Moss: "I was a scapegoat. The media had to put responsibility on somebody, and I was chosen. They felt free to say that because someone was thin they were anorexic, which is ridiculous."
Tracey Gold: "Anorexia is such a self-consuming, selfish disease. It's all about you. Becoming a mother, all of a sudden it wasn't about me anymore."
Tracey Gold: "I didn't think I was fat. I just thought I didn't need to gain any weight. But I would drop weight and then I would be comfortable with that number. Then I would lose more weight and that would become my new number."
Kristen Johnston: "I am, uh ... a 6 foot tall woman, I feel like I'm a healthy size, I'm not anorexic; and I feel that people who aren't anorexic are punished ... for not being anorexic. "
Carre Otis: "I had been on this insane diet for almost 17 years to maintain the weight that was demanded of me when I was modeling. My diet was really starvation. I am not naturally that thin."
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