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Raz w tygodniu pozwala sobie na dużego hamburgera (19)

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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with a cheat meal. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy Taylor before. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fri
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy in the gym now. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fr
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy tucking into a cheat meal. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy getting ready to indulge in one of her cheat meals. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her ho
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with one of her cheat meals. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy in the gym now. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fr
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy in the gym now. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fr
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy in the gym now. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fr
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy when she had her eating disorder. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever s
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy when she was suffering with her eating disorder. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with one of her cheat meals. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy tucking into a cheat meal. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with a cheat meal. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with a burger. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fri
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with a burger. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???s out with fri
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy getting ready to devour a cheat meal burger. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with one of her cheat meals. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever she???
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WERRIBEE, MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Amy with a delicious burger cheat meal. THIS WOMAN calls herself queen of the cheat meal after overcoming an eating disorder where she was scared to eat more than FIVE-HUNDRED-CALORIES a day but now she can polish off up to a whopping EIGHT-THOUSAND-CALORIES in just one sitting ??" and burgers are her specialty. Graphic designer, Amy Taylor (23) from Werribee, Melbourne, Australia, had always been a big eater as a child and would always try to eat as much as she could. But things started to change for Amy when she developed glandular fever at 17 and she lost her appetite which made it easy for her to not eat and spiralled into an eating disorder. During this time Amy would survive off of a mandarin for breakfast, lettuce and tomato for lunch and a homecooked dinner that she would never finish, and she never exceeded more than 500-calories-a-day. Eventually at 5st 9lb, Amy was admitted to hospital with an abnormal heartrate and she was forced into recovery by doctors. A few months later, Amy decided that she needed to recover for herself and threw herself into the gym to focus on getting stronger and increasing her appetite which she enjoyed at first. After becoming bored of the gym and her healthy lifestyle, Amy decided to challenge herself to eating one large cheat meal a week to keep herself motivated and to allow her to indulge in the foods she loved before her eating disorder. Amy???s favourite cheat meal is burgers and now she has around three to four cheat meals a week which can contain anywhere between 3,000 and 8,000-calories per meal. She set up her Instagram page to document her eats and has completed nine burger eating challenges since August last year and people are always shocked when she finishes her meals. Amy is now a healthy 8st 2lb and UK size eight, since incorporating her cheat meals into her regime, Amy is more motivated at the gym and says that eating large portions without waste has become her hobby and whenever
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