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From Belle, child's age 15

Im really worried about my daughter Joy. She has never been exactly what you'd call physically fit but in the last year she has gone from 280 to 392. She eats a lot more than she probably should, but I can't stop her. About 2 years ago I put her on a diet, and instead of loosing 10 pounds like we hoped she gained 25. I didn't notice exactly how disabling it was until she was playing with her 4 year old sister (who is happy and healthy) and when she went down the slide we kept getting stuck. The worst part is that she has no idea she constantly wears tight color he's bikinis and even crop tops. I ave no idea how to help her but i think it might get worse