Candace Cameron Bure Serves Up Some Inspirational Body-Positive Advice — ‘Love Who You Are’

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Candace Cameron Bure‘s body-positive vibes are on point!

This week, Candace took to the Dr. Oz show to reveal how she uplifts her kids and what her advice is for those struggling with body issues.

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For those who might not know, Bure battled an eating disorder when she starred on Full House. The actress was finally able to overcome her disease after a lot of self-love and professional help.

Now that the View cohost is living a healthy life, she’s able to divulge words of wisdom to her three teenage kiddos.

The 40-year-old went on to explain:

“As a mom, I’m always telling my children, ├óΓé¼╦£Love who you are. You are beautifully and wonderfully made. You are unique and there is no one like you. Embrace it and love it.'”

What a gorgeous sentiment! C.C.B.’s children are really lucky to have her as a role model.

On the flip side, the celeb also has a message for those who aren’t feeling their best:

“If there is a point of struggle in your life, the first step is to tell someone. I think that’s the hardest thing to do, and once you share it and get it out there, then you can look for ways to recover.”

Well, there’s no shame in asking for help whether it be for physical or mental issues. Just ask Amanda Seyfried and other stars that have been open and honest about their struggles.

As for Candace, her road to acceptance required her to make peace with food once and for all:

“I’ve had to learn to view food as my fuel and something I can enjoy, and do enjoy and am allowed to enjoy in moderation. I can no longer look at food as my source of comfort because that’s what I was doing. I would feed my emotions with food.”

Sounds healthy!

So, what do YOU think of Bure’s advice?

[Image via Instagram.]

Oct 19, 2016 12:17pm PDT

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