She continued: "Side note- I currently do not look like this anymore. The lack of control in my life and the fear of judgement led to my eating disorder coming back, I was riddled with anxiety and numbing the pain with booze. Which was not the answer.
The reality TV star revealed she has recently been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
"I also hadn’t been hit with the PCOS stick and didn’t realise my endometriosis has doubled since my last key hole surgery 😰," she shared.
"Since my last key hole surgery and new diagnosis I have had trouble with my weight fluctuation, hormonal skin pigmentation/ breakouts and new found symptoms with anxiety and depression. BUT, everyday I give back to my body and learn how I can help heal these chronic conditions that consume me at times. Knowledge is power and I am grateful to work with so many amazing women who are my healing warriors."
She added: "You can’t always judge a book by its cover. Think before you comment on the way someone looks. As their insides could be screaming.
"Listen to your bod. You deserve it!"
In August last year, Angie revealed she had successfully undergone key-hole surgery for endometriosis.
The 2019 Bachelorette star has spoken candidly about her endometriosis diagnosis, a moment which turned her life upside down.
"I was relieved [by the diagnosis], because I finally had answers as to why I'd been in such pain for such a long time," she told TV WEEK in 2019.
"It's so crazy, but I think everything happens for a reason."
The reality star admitted the disease only added to the pressures of her biological clock and future baby plans.
"I think there is pressure [to have a baby] once a woman gets to 30, I already felt that pressure.
"My doctor told me I'm fine, but what about when I want to have kids? I know from my research that I have to start thinking about it in the next few years – or at least start prepping my body now."