Ellie Goulding was ''so badly addicted'' to sugar that she would eat nothing else but chocolate.
Ellie Goulding used to eat nothing but chocolate.
The 'Starry Eyed' hitmaker admits she was ''badly addicted'' to sugar when she was a student and horrified her friends with her unusual eating habits.
She said: ''I remember being so badly addicted to sugar that I could eat two big Galaxy bars in one day and nothing else.
''I was terrified of eating potatoes or rice or any kind of carbohydrates but I would still have loads of chocolate every day. It made no sense.
''My friends were so worried about me because I would come to their houses with bars of chocolate and when they'd ask what I'd eaten that day I would tell them, 'Chocolate for breakfast, chocolate for lunch and then an apple and a salad.'''
However, Ellie thinks an eating disorder ''would maybe be too strong a term'' for her habits but admits she wasn't very healthy and her diet was ''extreme''.
She said: ''I definitely thought about food in a way that wasn't healthy and ate in a very extreme way that should have given me diabetes.''
She told Glamour magazine: ''Now that my attitude to nutrition is balanced, I feel and look better.
''My skin is balanced, I feel and look better. My skin is brighter and my eyes are brighter - and when I look at myself in the mirror, I've got far fewer hang-ups.''
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