Women And Food
"Reduced fat" should not make a food more feminine.
"Real beauty is not a size or a shape or a color. It can't be labeled -- it can only be felt."
Because food > everything. 🍟🍦🍕
"Nobody my age should be dieting or trying to change themselves because society says so."
"I wanted to wither away. I wanted to exist on nothing. I wanted to prove that I didn’t need anything or anyone."
In short: You are already enough. Right now. Right this second. And when you let that wash over you, when you feel yourself believing it, let yourself imagine what life would hold for you if you felt that way all the time.
Kay Hibbard joins HuffPost Live to explain why going on "The Biggest Loser" was the biggest mistake she's ever made.
"The Biggest Loser" claims it is a "public service." I don't believe that a 100 million dollar business that exploits the physical and mental health of its participants, treats people as though they are subhuman, and deceives its viewers is a public service. I just don't.
Pretty good is the new perfect. Incorporate this motto into your life. There is no perfect. There is just "pretty good" -- and that's good enough.
By Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer Published: 09/18/2014 10:36 AM EDT on LiveScience Participants were also asked whether
The truth is, for the better part of eight or nine years, I've managed to hide a rather ugly secret. Not totally -- I'm not the slickest person on the planet, and I've been known to leave behind chocolate-coated fingerprints and cookie crumbs in my wake -- but well enough.
Every time we give another woman permission to talk about her experience openly, we reclaim a little power from a society that tells us we should just grin and juice cleanse it.
Women eating in public are subject to commentary from total strangers. In a July 23 feature, HuffPost Women Senior Editor
Here at HuffPost Women, we once published a collection of photos of women eating. Those diverse pictures are a reminder that
I can tell my daughter that nothing is as beautiful as her little body exactly as it is no matter if she is tall, short, big or small. But I am sure she sees through my platitudes. Because she sees a mom who is always on a diet. She sees a mom who looks in the mirror and sighs.