'Little fix diet pills cost Eloise her life'
Eloise Parry was 21 when she died after taking too many diet pills.
She drove herself to hospital after starting to feel unwell, only to be told that there was no antidote and that she was going to die.
Police said the tablets were believed to contain dinitrophenol, known as DNP - an industrial chemical.
Her mother, Fiona, spoke to Victoria about her daughter and to warn others to avoid the pills.