Jenna Jameson Says She Was Pre-Diabetic and a ‘Sloth’ Before Starting the Keto Diet

Jenna Jameson is thrilled that she has successfully lost over 80 lbs. on the keto diet, but she still cringes over some of her “before” photos.

The former adult film star, 45, had to give herself a little pep talk before sharing one of her pre-weight loss photos, but she decided it was important to show.

“UUUGH. I didn’t want to post this before picture. But once I mulled it over in my mind, I realized how important normalizing women’s true bodies is,” she wrote on Instagram. “This is normal. This is beautiful.”

Jameson said that her weight loss journey — which started in March 2018 after a year of frustration with her postpartum body — changed her thinking about body size and health.

“My transition to health has helped me realize a lot of my connection to ‘skinniness’ was unhealthy,” she said. “It’s very possible to be thin and frightening unhealthy. So thickness does not equate to being sick, but mine was. I was pre-diabetic, and a literal sloth. I remember back when I weighed 80 lbs. and was starving myself…I thought that was pretty at the time but had no clue.”

Jameson said she’s “now a healthy size 4” and can run around with her three kids, and she now focuses less on what she sees in the mirror.

“Remember these #beforeandafter pictures aren’t just to show the esthetics of being slim, they show hard work and attention to my inside health,” she said. “This is a year’s worth of recalibration and focus.”

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Jameson hit her goal weight of 125 lbs. in September after five months of following a keto diet and doing intermittent fasting. The mom to twin boys Jess and Journey, 10, and daughter Batel Lu, 2, said that she’s been able to leave behind old urges to weigh even less.

“I think my body has decided this is my ideal weight. 125,” Jameson posted on Instagram on Sept. 9. “My unhealthy mind keeps thinking I need to be 110. I quietly say ‘not today, demon.’ ”

“I won’t cave to those voices that tell me I need to be a size 0 to be loved,” she continued. “When I look in the mirror now I see health and happiness, and that alone is my fuel to continue this lifestyle.”

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