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Social Media 'Body Positivity' Feeds to Follow

Positive body image social media feeds

Fill Your Feed with Body Positive Goodness

Improve your body image by following these 10 positive body image social media feeds. Fill your feed with realistic and positive images of bodies and health. The messages that you see and hear everyday matter and influence how you feel about your own human body.

Pick the ones that speak to you, the ones that resonate with you and make YOU feel good, now.


Twins, Lexie Kite, PhD and Lindsay Kite, PhD have become leading experts in the work of body image resilience through research-backed online education available on their website, social media, and through speaking events to tens of thousands across the US. Beauty Redefined changes the conversation about body image by telling girls and women they are MORE than beautiful. Lexie and Lindsay assert positive body image is about feeling positively toward your body overall, not just what it looks like.


Started by founder Taryn Brumfitt, the Body Image Movement (BIM) is on a mission to change the belief that your body is not an ornament, it’s the vehicle to your dreams. BIM is on a quest to end the global body-hating epidemic and believes that everyone has the right to love and embrace their body, regardless of shape, size, ethnicity and ability.

I am proud to be a Body Image Movement Global Ambassador since 2015. Link to my bio: https://bodyimagemovement.com/bimgas/tanya-mark/


Dr. Renee Engeln has dedicated herself to studying girls’ and women’s struggles with beauty and body image. She is the author of Beauty Sick: How the Cultural Obsession with Appearance Hurts Girls and Women, which reveals the shocking consequences of our culture’s obsession with girls’ and women’s appearance – effects on their wallets and their ambitions as well as their emotional and physical health, including depression, eating disorders, distruptions in cognitive processing, and lost money and time.


Amy Pence-Brown is a fat feminist mother, writer, artist and body image activist for the past nine years who became internationally know for her radical stand for self-love at the Capitol City Public Market on August 29, 2015, in Boise, Idaho, which was documented in a blog post, photographs and a video viewed over 200 million times. Her message about the value of all bodies no matter what their size, has been covered by numerous media outlets, including CNN, USA Today, Cosmopolitan, People, TODAY, Huffington Post, Upworthy, HLN, the Dr. Oz Show, SHAPE, xo Jane and Fitness magazine. Amy’s radical stand for self-love is the inspiration for my column Radical Acceptance, in the Jackson Hole News and Guide, which focuses on promoting positive body image and redefining health.


Summer is a Body Image Coach, author of Body Image Remix and host of one of my favorite podcasts, Fearless Rebelle Radio which is dedicated to body image, body positivity, self-worth, anti-dieting and feminism.


Caroline Dooner is author of The Fuck-It Diet: Eating Should Be Easy which is not only hilarious but is scientifically and medically sound according Dr. Christiane Northrup. It’s a must-read for the chronic dieter. Caroline writes about our relationship to food and weight.


Gina is a Body Acceptance Advocate and National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Ambassador.


Ashlee is a body image therapist whose mission is to help you develop a healing relationship with your body, which involves mental, emotional, physical, social and spiritual domains of life.


Colleen is a licensed clinical psychologist, eating disorders specialist, and body positive activist.


Food and Body Freedom. Krista is a Certified Health Coach with an Anti-Diet approach, Intuitive Eating Counselor in training, and posts about disordered eating recovery and body acceptance.


Last but not least! My social media pages share positive messages about body image, intuitive eating, non-dieting, inspirational quotes for women, and all things that nourish and empower women.

Have one that you love and would like to share? I’d love to hear from you!

  • Tanya




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