Below are the best articles we could find on Weight Concerns and body image.
“Health experts” are sending incorrect and destructive messages about the relationship between weight and wellness.
When the associate professor of sociology at the University of California, Irvine examined current assumptions around body fat, she found them to be overly simplistic and lacking in evidence.
Diet and exercise are especially challenging for disabled people.
There is a connection between our subconscious thoughts and the way we eat, and it’s important to understand what that connection is, says nutritionist Dana James.
Most of the biggest effects to your body from breast cancer come from the treatment, not from the disease. Find out what to expect.
Gay men currently receive little research attention when it comes to health issues such as eating disorders and other body image concerns. Yet expectations are high for gay men, as the western ideal masculine body is muscular and fat free.
These body-positive influencers lead by example and want to help you become more confident in your own skin, too.
Body positivity has begun to leave behind some of the people who spoke it into existence — among them is the disabled community.
No one has to be ashamed of any part of themselves; for each of us is much more than just our physical characteristics.
Paige More gets real about what it was like to be a body positivity advocate who didn’t love her own body, and how she’s repairing her relationship with it now.
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