Transcript for Drew Barrymore opens up about weight-loss journey
body, whatever it may be. This morning, one of Hollywood's most famous faces is trending for what she's saying about her body. Drew barrymore sharing what she calls her weight loss roller coaster on Instagram writing it takes so much for me to look decent. I have to eat just right and work my expletive off. I cannot fight the fact that I have the propensity to be the Pillsbury doughboy. Now all I can think about is crescent rolls. Barrymore urges people not to buy into all those body after baby posts. Saying, don't be fooled by what you see when people are thin right after baby. Don't compare yourself to the magazines and the red carpets. If I looked decent on anything I have done since I had my two kids, I have clawed my way there. Just last year she told "Gma" that having kids has made her think differently about life. I have this expectation as a woman like I'm supposed to be get to me. I will never be the same after having kids. Why -- what am I trying to get back to? It's only looking forward. The star who we've watched grow up on screen from "E.T." Aaagh! Reporter: To "Charlie's angels". Buddha, I'm lotus. Reporter: Sharing her wellness journey on Instagram. Is it time? Reporter: Saying she's found her equilibrium and found that "B" called balance. 45. It only took 45 years to find myself. Right where I am supposed to be and it's not perfect but it's me. She then wrapped up her post with the #wellness week saying she's going on a social media break. Wellness comes in so many Fors and I'm about to take a social media break. One week. And she does a social media cleanse every other month as part of her health regimen. It is so refreshing though to hear someone of her caliber just be so open and honest in this space but the one thing that stood out to me when she said don't compare yourself to the red carpets and magazine, something that we all do. I find myself falling into that trap as well. A great reminder. Sometimes block it out. Happy Friday, guys. We turn to a new trend we read about in "The Washington
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