Posts with the tag: Weight

Ditch the weight-based resolutions

What if you didn’t “diet” in 2021? And what if you actually became healthier? No scale necessary. Learn four health behaviors to try on to honor your body and yourself without restriction, elimination, guilt, shame or “shoulds.”

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The Before and After of Hating Your Body

Culturally we’ve been conditioned to believe we can love our bodies only when they’re in “perfect” condition. It’s time to let go of unrealistic body ideals and the concepts of “letting yourself go” or needing to “get your body back.” Bodies are meant to change and grow and show the signs of our lives on them. Learn how you too can embrace your body through self-love, self-care and join the body image movement.

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As You Shelter in Place, Forget About Your Weight

Worrying about your weight as you shelter in place need not be on your mind. Social media’s latest pandemic hashtag — quarantine15 — is diet culture ramping up again to prey upon our body insecurities, body shaming us for profit. Go easy on yourself and others and don’t push weight stigma or food rules during a crisis, or ever.

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Body acceptance is a radical act of self-love

I am standing for anyone who has struggled with a self-esteem issue like me, because all bodies are valuable. All bodies are good bodies.

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Dear diet — it’s not me, it’s you, so goodbye

Diets and diet culture is causing more harm them good. They are presented as the solution to our health problems but can actually be creating physical, mental and emotional health challenges.

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Mom’s body attitude can shape daughter’s

Never before have our girls been more obsessed with their weight and appearance. They are more afraid of becoming fat than they are of nuclear war, cancer or losing their parents, according to the Council on Size and Weight Discrimination.

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Wellness has become another word for diet

Don’t allow the diet industry disguised as wellness define your health. Know your values, focus on them, and take care of your whole self. You will be remembered for how you made others feel, not for the size of your waist or thighs.

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Say 'No Weigh" to the Scale

Diet culture has us fixated on scale weight, attaining an ideal weight, to be “healthy.” Dump your scale and focus on healthy behaviors. It’s the most healthful approach to taking care of not only your mental and emotional health, but for your physical health.

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Imagine your life without a diet

So if not dieting, what can you do to take care of your whole health instead? Transform how you eat. Transform how you view your body. Move on with your life, the ultimate reward of pushing diet culture off your plate.

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What's Your "Ideal" Weight?

Ideal weight is a myth. Your body is healthiest when you are nourishing your whole self - mentally, physically and emotionally - without restriction and participating in movement without obligation and engaging in the life you most desire.

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Why 'You Look So Skinny' Needs An Upgrade

Compliments are great, right?! Of course, we want to tell someone when they look great. Who hasn’t complimented someone who has obviously lost a significant amount of weight?! We probably all have. But we may be doing more harm than good when it comes to creating a positive body image.

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