As mottos go, "nothing tastes as good as skinny feels," a Kate Moss quote from her interview with Women's Wear Daily, would be a great one for bulimiaworld.com.
THG NOTE: We made that URL up. At least we haven't checked to see if it's real or not. But admit it, some of you girls were tempted to check it out ... or still are!
In any case, Kate has been assailed by eating disorder groups for her "dangerous" viewpoint, who say that philosophy is what drives girls to starve themselves.
"Comments like this make it even more difficult for young people struggling with an eating disorder," said Mary George, a rep of a British eating disorder charity, Beat.
"She doesn't realize how dangerous such comments can be."
Model Katie Green also considered her statement "shocking and irresponsible," especially because Moss herself has a seven-year-old daughter, Lila Grace.
Is Kate Moss pro-eating disorder?
She's got a point. When people search for Kate Moss nude, do they want to see her before or after her hard ass drug use and anti-food days? Think about it.
"Kate is a mother herself and how would parents with children suffering from eating disorders feel reading something like this?" said Green. "[Kate] should really have thought before she spoke like most of us do before giving interviews."
Kate Moss' modeling agency, Storm, said her words were misconstrued.
"This was part of a longer answer Kate gave during a wider-ranging interview, which has been taken out of context and completely misrepresented," the agency said. "For the record, Kate does not support this as a lifestyle choice."
She's even eating occasionally these days, sparking pregnancy rumors.