Being adults we have to always put the forefront that we are perfect and have everything in “normal” order. What the norm is no body really knows but we can always express the right from the wrong. Noreen Khan had an inner eating disorder which made her to continuously exercise to compensate for any fatty food she ate. Noreen didn’t believe she had a problem until her she realised she was not being a good example for her children.
The eating disorder made Noreen to never ever feel 100% satisfied with her physique that she would exercise in hiding in order to burn the fat she just consumed, only so that the fat wouldn’t attach itself to her body. This resulted in Noreen binge eating a whole packet of cookies and cakes in hiding. Those moments were like having a drug high rush and then regretting it later, with exercising excessively.
Noreen used the strength from the eating disorder to seek professional help after battling for 5 years alone. Noreen finally found a mentor who helped her wean off her binge eating and exercising excessively which resulted in her being underweight and unhealthy. Noreen transformed her life around and has started to help others with similar problems and teaching others a safe way to weight loss and learning to love themselves.