‘I used to be advised my BMI wasn’t low sufficient to get assist’


Victoria Spence, an influencer and life coach from Manchester, advised the BBC she fell right into a “deep, dark hole” about her physique picture as a youngster, resulting in her creating an consuming dysfunction.

But when her mother and father tried to hunt assist, her physician advised her that her Body Mass Index (BMI) wasn’t low sufficient for therapy.

A report launched by the ladies and equalities committee has referred to as for the BMI to be scrapped altogether.

Victoria, who’s now 26, shares her experiences along with her dysfunction, and her path to restoration on social media, with the BBC.