Demi Moore's 100 Pound Size Caused Drugs To Affect Her More

Fri, January 27, 2012 3:41pm EST by 1 Comment
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Based on her tiny frame, Demi Moore could have more easily overdosed on drugs than if she was a healthy weight, experts tell

The frantic 911 call documenting Demi Moore‘s seizure and subsequent hospitalization that hit the web this morning, confirmed Demi Moore suffered in part from an overdose, which might not have happened had she been a healthy size, experts say.

Los Angeles nutritionist Lisa DeFazio tells exclusively, “In my opinion, YES, Demi Moore looks unhealthy and anorexic. According to reports, Demi has been taking Adderall and drinking energy drinks and starving herself and those are some of the serious causes that led her to collapse on Monday night.”

She explains, “Just like alcohol, the less you weigh, the stronger and more powerful the effect of the substance. Therefore, since she appears to weigh around 100 pounds, the energy drinks and other substances will affect her immediately and it will not take much to cause the side effects.”

Even though Demi, 49, is unhealthily skinny right now, it seems to be the norm in Hollywood, says Beverly Hills Clinical Therapist Carla Lundblade, who specializes in celebrity psychology. “There is always pressure for an A-list celebrity to look perfect,” she tells us. “Unfortunately, this conversation is not an unusual one, I have diagnosed a lot of people in the public eye.”

Fortunately, Demi’s incident Monday night led her to getting the treatment she needs to recover, which is the silver lining of the drama.

“Exhaustion and stress and other issues that may be affecting Demi’s health and her emotional well being are being addressed right now and that is wonderful,” Lundblade says.

Our thoughts and well wishes are with Demi and her family during this difficult time.

Reporting by Sandra Clark

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