so far I've cut out dairy milk and cheese out of my diet but I need to cut out all dairy, egg, and animal products out but I find it hard to do
could you guys help me out and give some tips on how to start?
I'll give you a big tip. Don't become a vegan right now. In order to be a vegan, you need a healthy relationship with food because it is already a challenge to get all of your essential nutrients. If you become a vegan to help perpetuate your disordered eating habits, (which you are by trying to have an excuse to bypass "guilty foods") you will never recover.
Recover first. Repair the damage that your body has taken, and when you have a comfortable relationship with food, go back to becoming a vegan.
Often, people assume that if it is vegan, then it is healthy. The best chocolate cake I have ever eaten is vegan and I make a killer vegan banana bread. Most candy is vegan.
As a group, vegans tend to be healthier than omnis, but there are a lot of fat vegans, too.
I agree with smashley.
As a vegetarian and transitioning vegan, I feel that one of the keys to being a successful vegan (aka a healthy one) is having a respectful and healthy relationship with food. Going vegan to avoid unhealthy food (in the "Skinny ****" fashion- DON'T listen to that book) almost NEVER works out, and just leaves people feeling guilty, deprived, and far from healthy. As a person with a history of EDs, it's most important that you work on understanding how food nourishes you: learning what foods make you feel good, and how they give you sustenance and energy. Only after you've developed a more positive attitude toward food should you consider a vegan diet.
I wish you all the best in your recovery, and I hope you find a healthy lifestyle that works for you where you are right now.