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I started running track when I was 9 years old, and continued to run all the way through college at Arizona State University. I loved running, but I also had a very fast metabolism, so it was really, really hard for me to keep weight on. When I dropped down to 90 pounds during conditioning my second year, my coach required me to keep a food journal. And I hated that. But I was so unhappy with my body.