Troian Bellisario who played Spencer Hastings in "Pretty Little Liars" shared about her struggles with her Eating Disorder and her mental health. Her daily struggles shocked her fans who thought that everything about the young star is fair and well. The 31-year-old actor opened up to Lenny Letter and her revelation surprised her fans thinking that she has recovered from her perennial struggles.

Troian Bellisario shares Anorexia struggles

She used to limit her food intake to 300 calories a day not just to be slim but to have control over her body according to Celebrity Dirty Laundry. She admitted that she hears a "destructive voice" inside her head that tells her not to eat at all.

Bellisario admitted that until now she still hears the voice that condemns her like she is a disappointment.

The "voice" continues to wreck havoc on her every day despite her efforts to ignore it. However, the imaginary voice finds ways to overpower her. Her brain ignores what is logical and she finds it difficult to resist. Her journey towards health is very challenging but she is determined never to give up.

Recently, she married co-actor Patrick J. Adams and he gives her happiness which results in her recovery to health. Troian Bellisario owes her recovery from her friends, her husband and family plus the intense mental and medical care she had.

She also revealed in Lenny Letter that her biggest challenge was discerning which voice to listen – her body voice or the negative voice that directs her to starve herself.

Now that she is recovering, as she is for 10 years, she wants to reach out to those who are in the same predicament to provide support and strength.

'Feed' producer Troian Bellisario helps other anorexics

At present, she is giving out something to her fans by releasing a film dealing with a young woman who starves her to cope with the death of her brother.

"Feed" is intended to help those who are suffering from her mental condition and eating disorder like Anorexia. CNN reported that she has a new film with Cate Blanchett and Kristen Wiig titled "Where'd You Go, Bernadette?"

Troian Bellisario said that she wants viewers to be afraid of the experience and to let them understand that anorexia is a dangerous illness.

It means fighting for dear life. "Feed" is her pet project where she wrote the story and produces it for a benevolent reason that others will not plunge into it. The film is currently running in the U.S.

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