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Cameron opened up about the eating disorder when speaking with People. She said her binge/purge routine started just after the hit TV show "Full House" wrapped filming in 1995. Cameron was 19.
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- Ellen Thompson
Candace Cameron Bure was a role model for young women across America when she starred as D.J. Tanner on "Full House," but in a new book, she reveals for the first time that after the show ended, she struggled with bulimia.
"It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over," Candace, now 34, told People of her bulimia revelation, which she shares in her new book, "Reshaping It All," due out on Jan. 1.
After "Full House" ended in 1995, and as she worked to settle into her life in ...
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Compared to the very public struggles with drugs and eating disorders that the Olsen Twins went through, Full House star Candace Cameron Bure’s life always seemed to be genuinely blessed: She got married early to former NHL superstar Valeri Bure, had three lovely children and still has an active career as the star of ABC Family’s Make It Or Break It. However, in her new book Reshaping It All, Candace reveals that she too battled bulimia in the mid-nineties near then end of Full House’s popular run. Candace tells People that eating disorders often evolve into a “very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over.” She found herself binging and purging during the first few years of her marriage, but thanks to an improved eating regimen and pursuing a more spiritual lifestyle, she was able to conquer her demons. We »
- Mark Graham
We remember her as lovable big sis D.J. Tanner on "Full House," but in Candace Cameron Bure's new book, the actress chronicles her journey through life's awkward phases and what it was like to have the world watching.
At 34, the mother of three is married to former Russian NHL player, Valeri Bure, and says she's in the best shape of her life. But it wasn't always so.
In her new book, "Reshaping It All," the actress reveals that she began her battle with bulimia in 1995 after "Full House" had ended.
"It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over," she tells People. "It wasn't about me trying to lose weight, it was all about emotions."
Bure is now a healthy weight thanks to plenty of family exercise time with her little ones, and a reasonable diet philosophy -- everything in moderation. »
In her new book Reshaping It All, the actress reveals she began binging and purging after Full House ended its run in 1995, as she coped with the emotional stress of moving from the U.S. to Canada with new husband, hockey player Valeri Bure.
And the 34 year old is finally opening up about her eating disorder after reaching a healthy weight and developing a better relationship with food, which she credits to her husband and their three kids.
She tells People.com, "It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over.
"It wasn't about me trying to lose weight. It was all about emotions." »
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New "Spider-Man" Andrew Garfield has never met predecessor Tobey Maguire, but says he received a letter from the former Spidey. "He send me a lovely message through a mutual friend. He gave me his support and it meant a great deal of course because a part of the reason I loved this character was because of his portrayal," he says. "To step into those shoes is no mean feat. It was generous of him to reach out and say something, so I'm thankful." Wear those red tights with pride, Andrew! [BBC]
Child Protective Services paid a visit to "Teen Mom's" Gary Shirley, the alleged beating victim, on Dec. 29/. His ex-fiance, Amber Portwood, was charged with felony child endangerment, domestic battery and other crimes. The nature of the visit was uncertain, but sources are saying Cps is concerned »
"It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over," the former child star tells People.
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Cameron Bure, 34, chronicles her eating disorder for the first time in her new book, Reshaping It All, in which she writes that she started binging and purging after Full House concluded in 1995. At the time, she was also ...
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- Joyce Eng
Former Full House star Candace Cameron Bure has revealed that she struggled with bulimia after the hit comedy ended. The actress, now 34, starred opposite Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen on the series, which ended in 1995, and has admitted that she struggled to adjust to life following the show's cancellation. Bure said: "It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really (more) »
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Candace Cameron Bure, known mainly for her role as oldest daughter DJ Tanner on the hit sitcom "Full House," is opening up for the first time about once struggling with an eating disorder. The actress and mother of three tells People magazine that her battle with bulimia began when "Full House" ended in 1995 when she was 19. "It wasn't about me trying to lose weight," she says. "It was all about emotions." She says it started when she was trying to adjust to her new life in Canada with her hockey-playing husband Valeri Bure. "It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over," she says. Bure currently stars in the ABC Family series "Make It or Break It" and her new book, Reshaping It All, is in stores this January.
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As a child star of the hit series Full House, Candace Cameron Bure had to weather life's most awkward stages - baby fat and all - on national television. Now 34, she's never been in better shape. Her secret? A pro-athlete husband, three active kids and lessons learned from a never-before-revealed battle with bulimia. "It's a very dangerous cycle that can just start to consume your life and really take over," Cameron Bure tells People. In her new book Reshaping It All, the actress reveals that she began binging and purging after Full House ended its run in 1995 and she was »
- Alexis Chiu
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We can’t help but wonder if Mary-Kate and Ashley have turned their backs on their Full House family.
It’s been 15 years since Full House ended, but Candace Cameron Bure tells HollywoodLife.com that she still stays in touch with her old castmates, with one notable exception — Candace, who played the oldest Tanner child, D.J., doesn’t talk to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who played her little sister, Michelle.
Yet the mom of Natasha, 11, Lev, 10, and Maksim, 6, admits that she is still in touch with Jodie Sweetin, who played middle sister Stephanie and is pregnant with her second child. “I saw Jodie not too long ago at Bob Saget’s birthday, »
Angelina Jolie has joined Twitter -- but so far has no tweets or followers. Her account is locked. But the Internet is buzzing over the fact that she has joined at all. Can't wait to see her 140-word missives about her movies, charity work and Six kids ....
While we're on the subject, did you check out the dress Angelina wore to the "Salt" premiere in Tokyo last night? Wowza! What do you think?
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"I tried to tell my kids that since it's a holiday, they can sleep in! I don't think that worked..."
"In bed w/Liam watching a few mins of Batman before nite nite.Stella already asleep.I'm exhausted.Being a floral designer is hard work ha ha!"
"My 2 year old walked into the video store yesterday and picked up Goonies right away and handed it to me. »
Twilight stars Kellan Lutz and BooBoo Stewart posed with lovely ladies Christina Applegate, Alyssa Milano, and AnnaLynne McCord in La yesterday at VH1's Do Something Awards. The evening honors young people committed to social change, which included the cast of Glee and Leonardo DiCaprio, though he missed out on the show since he's off promoting Inception in Japan. Jane Lynch played host for the night and kept the crowd laughing with sketches about good deeds she performs like reading Eat, Pray, Love to construction workers and doing charity work with Lindsay Lohan and Mother Teresa. Dog lover Kellan was recognized for his efforts to help animals, and his girlfriend, AnnaLynne, was there to keep him company after her wild bikini birthday weekend in Las Vegas. Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz cozied up together backstage while Megan Fox wore Brian Atwood and showed off her sparkly new big diamond wedding ring. »
With Candace Cameron Bure starring in the hit ABC Family show ‘Make It or Break It’ and heading a Christian website called ‘Growing In God with Candace,’ she’s not taking the time to see ex-co-star Bob Saget’s comedy shows. Bure told Popeater.com on July 9 that Saget even tells her that while she is invited, he suggests she doesn’t attend. “He says, ‘You’re not going to laugh and you’re not going to think its funny,’” Bure added. Bure also said that Saget doesn’t want to offend her or her husband Baleri Bure, a former NHL player. However, she added that while starring on ‘Full House,’ she didn’t act offended around Saget, [...] »
"I really do feel like I'm in better shape and look better now -- even after having three kids -- than I did before," Candace recently told AccessHollywood.com, while promoting Season 2 of her Monday night primetime drama about life in the gymnastics world
Despite her busy schedule that sometimes includes 3:30 Am call times, Candace manages to fit in workouts, sometimes ...
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Acclimating to first-time motherhood in Canada — where husband Valeri Bure was a hockey star for the Calgary Flames from 1998 to 2001– turned out to be a blessing in disguise for Candace Cameron Bure.
“Some days I was itching to get back to L.A. just to have more movement and action,” she tells Parents Canada, “and at the same time, it was wonderful because I had two brand new little babies and the slower pace was actually a really nice lifestyle as I entered into parenthood.”
Life has sped up considerably since then, of course, and Cameron Bure »
When ABC Family's Make It or Break It returns for Season 2 (Monday at 10/9c), there will be fewer guys and more gymnastics. As star Josie Loren tells TVGuide.com, her character, Kaylie, "swears off boys" and becomes even more focused as she and her team at the Rock get closer to the Olympics. What's it like training off-screen to wear leotards on-screen? The 23-year-old talks about her workout routine and sharing the screen with Full House's Candace Cameron Bure.
TVGuide.com: Last season ended with Kaylie's ex kissing her friend. Will that be addressed in the first episode?
Josie Loren: That's definitely taken care of...
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- Robyn Ross
Held at the Wadsworth Great Lawn in Los Angeles, families moved from station to station — hosted by Disney, 77kids, Oopsy Daisy and Michael Stars — enjoying music, crafts, carnival games and storytelling. All in all, the event is expected to have raised over $1.3 million towards eradicating pediatric AIDS.
At left, Jaime Pressly and her son Dezi James, 3, wave goodbye after a busy day filled with fun.
The actress is celebrating life as a newlywed — she married lawyer Simran Singh in Sept. »
See two new clips from the "Friends Close, Enemies" closer episode of ABC Family's "Make It or Break It." The episode airs on Monday, June 28th (10:00 p.m. Et). The hit one-hour drama series returns for its second season premiere. With the decision of which National Team members get to compete in France, Payson, Emily, Kaylie and Lauren start to question Sasha’s decision to take on the National Committee. Created and executive-produced by Holly Sorenson, the show stars Zachary Abel, Chelsea Hobbs, Ayla Kell, Josie Loren, Cassie Scerbo, Susan Ward, Candace Cameron Burce, Peri Gilpin, Neil Jackson, Johnny Pacar and Wyatt Smith. »
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