About Carnie Wilson:
Carnie Wilson is an American singer and television host, perhaps best known as a member of the pop music group Wilson Phillips.
I have to be a teacher to my daughters.
Going from 300 pounds to 150 pounds was the biggest change of my whole life.
When my work gets crazy, I make sure to always have vitamins, water and proper food with me. That has helped me to lose 33 pounds.
Food decisions - do I eat this or not? - are always going to be there.
I always think I am one of the millions and millions of people that struggles with an addiction to food. I don't know how to relax, that's my problem.
When you love food as much as I do, staying healthy is not easy. I mean, moderation, not deprivation. That's my new way of living. I always want more and that's just my life.
I decided that it's either, you know, if I want to have children, have a family and - and live a long life, I've got to make some real, real serious changes.
Becoming famous is a strange thing in your own right.
If I'm known as the girl that lost weight and it's been six years later and I've still kept off the 110 pounds, God bless. Because I never kept off 100 pounds before in my life.
I wish I had more time to read. I do love books.
I have a real issue with radio these days. I just am not into the current music.
It doesn't feel good when you have to struggle to get your pants on.
I'm a working mother... You try to pay the bills, you try to keep your life going and there's pressure.
Medication can help us live a happier life.
Do I wish I could retire? Sure, but that's not life.
Life presents itself in constantly changing ways, but you're able to accept the challenges, rather than recoil, throw up your hands, and go on a binge.
I always want more, and that's just my life.
The surgery will always be a huge part of my life. I'm going to need to help people with weight problems for the rest of my life so that I can maintain my weight.
My husband and I are best of friends first and foremost. We fight like cats and dogs, but never stay mad for long. I was lucky to find him, he is in every way, my soulmate.
I used food as a coping mechanism for many, many years, and it was my best friend for a long time.