It's frightening to imagine that the frail and emaciated man INSIDE EDITION spoke with is the same person. Jeremy Gillitzer is virtually skin and bones; his skin is paper thin.
The 36-year-old Minnesotan, who weighs a dangerous 92 lbs., says, "I do want to live, definitely." Gillitzer is battling anorexia. Only 1 in 10 anorexics is a man. A popular term being used is "manorexic."
Nutritionist Joy Bauer doesn't treat Gillitzer, but says that obsession over body image is a common trigger in male anorexics. "The same way that women are looking at magazines and rail thin models, men are looking at those very same magazines, men with six-packs and ripples of muscles."