Ireland Baldwin
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Julie Mazziotta
April 04, 2017 01:47 PM

Ireland Baldwin is ready for a total mind and body reset.

The model — and daughter of Alec Baldwin — shared an intimate look into her body doubts on Instagram.

“Sometimes I get caught up in the opinions of others and I get really down on myself,” Baldwin, 21, writes. “I am pale white. I hardly tan. I have cellulite. I’m not petite. I’m around 6 ft. I drop weight rather quickly but gain it by eating one bagel. I’m a 36 D cup and I have a booty. I’ve got inner thigh fat. And outer thigh. And just straight up thigh fat. I’ve gone from a size 00 to a size 6 to a size whatever to not knowing to not eating to eating boxes of pizza to starving myself to being gym obsessed to eating my way out of a Sprinkles Cupcakes bakery to now.”

so this is somewhat of a personal post… I feel like I should always be honest on here. Everyone that knows me knows I don't pretend to be anybody on here. I'm sure a lot of you out there can relate to how I feel so I think I can be honest. Sometimes I get caught up in the opinions of others and I get really down on myself. I am pale white. I hardly tan. I have cellulite. I'm not petite. I'm around 6 ft. I drop weight rather quickly but gain it by eating one bagel. I'm a 36 D cup and I have a booty. I've got inner thigh fat. And outer thigh. And just straight up thigh fat. I've gone from a size 00 to a size 6 to a size whatever to not knowing to not eating to eating boxes of pizza to starving myself to being gym obsessed to eating my way out of a sprinkles cupcakes bakery to now. I'm happy. I'm mentally ready to work hard. It's not even necessarily a matter of working out and eating clean, it's also how I've thought recently. I've been cloudy, unfocused and losing energy. I need to reset my mind and body. I now take this harsh world with a grain of salt and accept myself for who I am. Sure I could work a little bit harder. We all can. Or maybe you need to learn to love yourself before you can do anything. I'm taking the next month to do a full mind, body and health reset cleanse. It's not juicing, it's not starvation, and it's not about obsessing over each and every inch of my body. I'm happy to post my tips and tricks along my journey to reaching my healthiest self. I'm no fitness and health expert. Lord knows I love deep fried pizza and I shout super size me from the mountaintops, but I do know what I've done in the past to reach my goals and I want to share them with girls who are in my shoes. It's time to love your self and take care of our bodies!!! ❤️

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She explains that while she’s happy overall, her mindset isn’t where she’d like it to be.

“It’s not even necessarily a matter of working out and eating clean, it’s also how I’ve thought recently,” Baldwin says. “I’ve been cloudy, unfocused and losing energy. I need to reset my mind and body. I now take this harsh world with a grain of salt and accept myself for who I am.”

But knowing that a change won’t just happen overnight, Baldwin is committing to trying anything she can for better health.

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“I’m taking the next month to do a full mind, body and health reset cleanse,” she says. “It’s not juicing, it’s not starvation, and it’s not about obsessing over each and every inch of my body.”

“It’s time to love your self and take care of our bodies!!!”

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