Young Liverpool girl sheds 8 stone in nine months ditching depression foods

A woman whose weight shot up to 17st has transformed her life after losing eight stone in nine months and becoming a personal trainer.

Tori White, 21, struggled badly with her mental health and used food as a comfort.

“I’d finish that off with a tub of Ben and Jerry’s and a full bottle of coke and I would finish it all in one sitting.  “When I look back I think how can a human fit all of that food in the body. It should be physically impossible. It was more of an emotional crutch I think.  “I think it was because nothing could make me feel good because I still hated myself and for that first half an hour of eating that  pizza  I felt amazing and that’s why I always went back to food.”   Tori, from  L iverpool, explained how during her teenage years she never really felt accepted among friends and other students in school.  Thinking back to a holiday where she wouldn’t leave the room because she was too insecure, Tori said: “My mum was trying to help me for years. I remember vividly being on holiday in Turkey and I used to lock myself in the bedroom because I was too insecure to go to the pool in my swimming costume.  “My nan turned to me and said ‘I will get you a personal trainer, we will do anything to help because you are not Tori anymore, you’re just a shell of yourself.’
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She went into detail about her daily eating habits, which she described as her  depression meals.

Tori said, “I always used to skip breakfast and I’d always have two lunches. My mum would always pack me a lunch and I’d always go to the lunch bar in school to get another one.

“On the bus home, I’d stop off at KFC, then have my tea at my mum’s and then have toast before bed.

“I think it was a comfort thing because I used to call it my depression meal. If I had a bad day I’d always come home, have a large Domino’s pizza with a bag of wedges and a side of chicken strips.

“I’d finish that off with a tub of Ben and Jerry’s and a full bottle of coke and I would finish it all in one sitting.

“When I look back I think how can a human fit all of that food in the body. It should be physically impossible. It was more of an emotional crutch I think.

“I think it was because nothing could make me feel good because I still hated myself and for that first half an hour of eating that  pizza  I felt amazing and that’s why I always went back to food.”

Tori, from  Liverpool, explained how during her teenage years she never really felt accepted among friends and other students in school.

Thinking back to a holiday where she wouldn’t leave the room because she was too insecure, Tori said: “My mum was trying to help me for years. I remember vividly being on holiday in Turkey and I used to lock myself in the bedroom because I was too insecure to go to the pool in my swimming costume.

“My nan turned to me and said ‘I will get you a personal trainer, we will do anything to help because you are not Tori anymore, you’re just a shell of yourself.’


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