Valerie Bertinelli maintains a “protective” weight until “inside gets healthier” E! News UK

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Valérie Bertinelli gets rough and emotional.

Bertinelli, 62, visited the show “Today with Hoda and Jenna” on Thursday to discuss her recent health trip and what she needs to do to lose the weight she wants.

“I haven’t climbed the scales since I finished writing the book,” she said before feeling empathetic about her book.

Valerie Bertinelli shared in “Today with Hoda and Jenna” that she will maintain a “protective” weight until she improves her mental health.
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“I watch the monitor and try not to overestimate myself because I know I’m still holding that weight because it protects me because I’m going through a lot of challenges, a lot of heartache. There are a lot of crazy things going on in my life right now. »

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Bertinelli shared with hosts Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager that she is maintaining a “protective” weight until she can change her mental health.

“I know the weight protects me right now, and when I’m healthier internally and emotionally, that weight will go away,” Bertinelli said.

“Because I know I treat my body better. I drink less alcohol, eat less sugar, add more vegetables to my body, but my body does it not in vain … because it needs protection. »

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She added: “And I am not alone in these difficult times, we have all been through so much. I’m not alone. And I’m not here to say, “Oh poor me. I want to say that when we reach loved ones or even strangers, we don’t have to feel so lonely in this world and go through it alone. »

The host of the Food Network shared that when the time becomes “dark” for her, she tries to focus on the positive and starts to appreciate life every day.

The star has been open in the past about her body image and mental health issues.

Valerie Bertinelli has spoken openly in the past about her struggle with body image and mental health.
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In April, Bertinelli wrote the first-person essay, New Beauty, describing her struggles with body image and positivity.

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“But I want to start feeling the same about myself, regardless of my weight,” Bertinelli said.

“I don’t have to wait until I lose weight to be pleasant to myself and others. No matter how I look. »

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