Health Woman Has Perfect Response For Men Who Comment On Your Weight

21:22  02 december  2017
21:22  02 december  2017 Source:   Huffington Post UK

How much weight you could lose if you ate just 100 calories less a day

  How much weight you could lose if you ate just 100 calories less a day How much weight you could lose if you ate just 100 calories less a day We all know that in order to lose weight the amount of calories we burn must be higher than the amount we consume. Simple, right? Well not if you hate exercise and have a penchant for chocolate you don't...But a new dieting model might be the medical equivalent of a knight in shining armour as it has found that cutting down your food intake by just 100 calories a day can see a weight loss of around 10 pounds over three years.

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That brain washing has trained me to pick apart my body and tell myself if this was different or if that was different I would be perfect .” “My advice to a woman who finds herself in a similar situation is to tell that person they are not allowed to make comments about your body.

imogen_ker/Instagram imogen_ker/Instagram A model has issued a rallying call telling women not to accept people commenting on their weight, saying: “our bodies are no longer ‘fair game’ for comments and opinions.”

Imogen Ker, from Los Angeles, was inspired to write the empowering Instagram post after a male friend suggested she “would be perfect if it wasn’t for her body”.

Following the incident, Imogen told all women they have a right to be angry after receiving such comments and should not allow body-shaming to make them feel inferior.

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Good eating habits are not just about what we ingest but also, and above all, how we ingest it. Eating slowly and thoughtfully, chewing thoroughly and enjoying a meal sitting down, for example, are all behaviors that can affect your weight. ***ImagePlaceholder*** https://www.gourmandize.com/uploads/externalMedia/61/ee/a0/3a/278072_1864473_624_416-2.jpg ©Thinkstock Good eating habits are not just about what we ingest but also, and above all, how we ingest it. Eating slowly and thoughtfully, chewing thoroughly and enjoying a meal sitting down, for example, are all behaviors that can affect your weight.

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