Childs Rare Eating Disorder

Meet the toddler who is so addicted to eating harmful objects that she ate an entire LIGHTBULB. Natalie Hayhurst is at constant risk of poisoning herself because of a rare condition which gives her cravings for inedible objects. In February the rambunctious three-year-old nearly died after eating a lightbulb that she tore from a bedroom night-light. While her favourite delicacies are rocks and sticks, Natalie has been known to wolf down almost a whole brick.

Meet the toddler who is so addicted to eating harmful objects that she ate an entire LIGHTBULB. Natalie Hayhurst is at constant risk of poisoning herself because of a rare condition which gives her cravings for inedible objects. In February the rambunctious three-year-old nearly died after eating a lightbulb that she tore from a bedroom night-light. While her favourite delicacies are rocks and sticks, Natalie has been known to wolf down almost a whole brick.

Meet the toddler who is so addicted to eating harmful objects that she ate an entire LIGHTBULB. Natalie Hayhurst is at constant risk of poisoning herself because of a rare condition which gives her cravings for inedible objects. In February the rambunctious three-year-old nearly died after eating a lightbulb that she tore from a bedroom night-light. While her favourite delicacies are rocks and sticks, Natalie has been known to wolf down almost a whole brick.

Meet the toddler who is so addicted to eating harmful objects that she ate an entire LIGHTBULB. Natalie Hayhurst is at constant risk of poisoning herself because of a rare condition which gives her cravings for inedible objects. In February the rambunctious three-year-old nearly died after eating a lightbulb that she tore from a bedroom night-light. While her favourite delicacies are rocks and sticks, Natalie has been known to wolf down almost a whole brick.

Meet the toddler who is so addicted to eating harmful objects that she ate an entire LIGHTBULB. Natalie Hayhurst is at constant risk of poisoning herself because of a rare condition which gives her cravings for inedible objects. In February the rambunctious three-year-old nearly died after eating a lightbulb that she tore from a bedroom night-light. While her favourite delicacies are rocks and sticks, Natalie has been known to wolf down almost a whole brick.