Women's Health

YOU GAIN, YOU WIN

Some kids are bullied for being heavy; Sarah Bogue was bullied for being so thin that schoolmates called her anorexic. At age 11 she weighed only 65 pounds, and by 16 she was up to a mere 90—courtesy of genes and metabolism, not dieting. She. It was clear this wasn’t healthy. I needed to gain weight.”

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