"Modern Family" actress Sarah Hyland, who has talked in the past about the health issues that influence her weight, called out those accusing her of setting an "unhealthy" example.
An Australian bride got major backlash when she admitted that she planned to dump a bridesmaid who had gained weight before the wedding.
Put away that porridge. Research has found that chowing down on a plate of bacon and eggs for breakfast could be the key to weight loss.
“Hot mom” Maria Kang, seen here in her original viral image, is back with a new message. The image went absolutely viral, evoking widespread rage from people who claimed that Kang was body-shaming women with her “unattainable” body type. At the time, Kang insisted her message was about health, not beauty, and that she was being “fit shamed” in response to the photo by size-acceptance advocates.
"A couple by the pool started laughing and pointing at me and making fun of me as soon as I took my cover up off. To be honest... it bothered me."
The travel blogging world is dominated by short, size-ten women. But it’s not just women who fit into a Zara size small that are going on Instagram-worthy journeys around the world – far from it. Which is why stylist and body positive campaigner Annette Richmond has set up an Instagram account to show the world fat travellers not only exist, but are going on some of the most incredible trips of all. And to date, more than 900 women are members of Fat Girls Traveling (sic). “A self-proclaimed Fat Girl, I’m a staunch supporter of the Body Positive Movement,” Richmond writes on her blog From Annette With Love . “Traveling is my newest obsession. I’ve visited 14 countries in the last two years. “I’ve always wanted to see the world and until recently, I didn’t think that was possible. In October of 2017, I will be embarking on the adventure of a lifetime! I’ll be traveling through Asia for a year studying culture, fashion, and beauty. “I am a voice for Fat Travelers.” Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: This major plus-size calendar is what women have been waiting for Plus-size woman turned into a body-shaming meme fights back This 1 woman inspired hundreds to wear clothing they have ‘no business wearing’
If you're overweight but eat a good diet and exercise often, you're probably healthy. But new research finds that being overweight or obese can affect your future health.
Ashley Graham took to social media, asking people not to make comments about health on her page, especially if it's not about their own bodies.