Recent tweets posted by Miley Cyrus that are being considered "food centric" have experts saying that the star is suffering from an eating disorder.
The former Disney star seems to have shed some pounds in the more recent months, prompting some to say that Cyrus has gotten too skinny. Cyrus' diet was already under question when earlier this month she posted a picture on Twitter of a burger that she claimed she was unable to eat.
"I can't eat it. So I'm just gonna smell the [s---] out of it!" she wrote, posting a photo of herself with a bag from the fast-food chain. "My mouth is LITERALLY watering."
Fans quickly reacted, charging that the new tweets were clear signs that the star had developed an eating disorder. Late, however Cyrus came forward and insisted that her reasons for not eating the burger were because of allergies.
"For everyone calling me anorexic I have a gluten and lactose allergy. It's not about weight it's about health," Cyrus informed.
Later the star also attempted to get her fans on the gluten free bandwagon.
"Gluten is crapppp anyway," she wrote, suggesting fans should go gluten-free as well. "The change in your skin, phyisical [sic] and mental health is amazing! U won't go back!"
More recent tweets by Cyrus include "I've got the sound of the rain & 'we don't eat' lulling me to sleep. My mind is wandering. So peaceful. #heavenonearth." And, "Take a glorious bite out of the whole world."
Some sites have called on experts to evaluate the meaning behind the new tweets. Those experts have confirmed that it appears the star has become too conscious of her diet.
"It's unsettling that Miley is constantly thinking about food!" Alicia Hunter, weight expert and author of "The Accidental Diet: From Fugly to Fox," told HollywoodLife.com. "It sounds like her intake and calories are ruling her consciousness day and night. This behavior and thought process is a classic red flag for signs of an eating disorder, body dysmorphia or an obsession with food and exercise."
The expert also estimated that the star has lost nearly 20 pounds over the last year, transforming from a healthy 135 to a meager 115.