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She also suffers from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), meaning that keeping her blood sugar levels in check is imperative for her – and yet restricting food still “takes up so much brain power throughout the day”.
Frankie admitted that she constantly feels “shattered” due to her lifestyle.
“Of course what I eat or don’t eat in a day is going to make a massive difference – I would love to be helping my mental health instead of just relying on medication,” she concluded.
“And I would love to have more energy instead of always complaining that I’m tired at the age of 33, because sometimes I feel like I’m 100!”
The star had previously worn a Glamour Award for being a Mental Health Gamechanger after opening up about depression, and is keen to raise awareness of these issues.