Cameron says that when she wanted to slim down quickly, she followed the advice of social media influencers to try a no-sugar, low-carb diet. To satisfy her sugar cravings, she also turned to social media with terrible results.

“I was drinking heavy whipping cream smoothies every day with all these chemicals and these dyes, and unfortunately, it sent me into the ER, and I chemically overdosed,” says Cameron. She says she is still facing repercussions to her health.

Today, Cameron is warning others about the dangers of falling into the “trap” of comparing yourself to others on social media because “half the time these bodies aren’t realistic.”

David Nazarian, M.D., a physician at My Concierge MD in Beverly Hills, agrees. He says, “They aren’t taking any accountability for your health, so you really need to watch out who you’re listening to.

This episode of Dr. Phil, “Dangerous Diet Crazes?” airs Tuesday. Check your local listing to find out where to watch.

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