You fuckin' eat....................... From anorexic to food lover: Scandinavian lady shares Instagram photos detailing her remarkable recovery 0 comments 22:54, 28 August 2015 Updated 07:21, 29 August 2015 By Simon Carr She also treats her 50,000 followers to images of what she is eating to try and pile on the pounds including bowls of sweets and sexed up Kit-Kats Instagram Amalie Lee after beating anorexia A stunning woman who suffered from anorexia has become a food blogger to document her recovery. Amalie Lee, 20, has posted photos of herself with doughnuts, Nutella-covered pancakes and ice cream - as well as images of her suffering from the condition. She also treats her 50,000 followers to images of what she is eating to try and pile on the pounds including bowls of sweets and sexed up Kit-Kats. Caters Tough battle: A young woman has documented her amazing anorexia recovery Caters Vivid memories: Amalie Lee gives account of her fight with eating disorder The Norwegian, who is enrolled on a psychology and counselling course at Roehampton University, London, also includes smiling recent shots of her in a bikini. She became ill in 2012. Caters Road to recovery: Amalie now is working to gain weight and stay healthy Caters Tasty treats: Woman hopes her photos will help others with disorder She said: "I went through a depressive phase in my mid-teens, and my perception of myself hit an all-time low. I just wanted to disappear. My eating disorder was never about looking like a model, it was a way to cope. "These rules made me feel safe and in control. But I had lost control, and the obsessive need for control controlled me in every way. "The thought of spending the rest of my life alone, utterly consumed by an illness, eventually became more frightening than the thought of recovery," she told the Mail. She said she was declared well last year but doesn't wasn't want to reveal her weight as it may impacts on sufferers.