Continuing along with her promotional agenda, Portia de Rossi paid a visit to "Good Morning America" in New York City on Wednesday (November 3).
The "Arrested Development" actress happened to be boosting interest in her new book Unbearable Lightness, in which she opens up in the new memoir about struggles with eating disorders.
Previously talking with People magazine about the topics, de Rossi - who got down to an 82 lb weight at one point - tells: "I didn't think I was crazy to only eat 300 calories a day. That made perfect sense to me."
Having since overcome her eating disorders, de Rossi said, "Look, I don't think I'm perfect. I still don't like my thighs, but I'm not going to do anything to compromise my health or my sanity to change them."
She adds, "My struggle with anorexia, coming to terms with my sexuality, I realized I had struggled with self-acceptance my whole life. To be able to get to a point where you're just happy with who you are, I think that's when you know what real peace feels like."