Size 4? You are fat. Size 0? You are too thin. Size doesn’t define your health!

I love Jennifer Lopez. I love Beyoncé. I love Christina Aguilera. I love Ashley Judd.

Recently, I read some articles about the size, the weight, the butt and the puffy face of these beautiful women. I’m sick and tired of a society (Canada and US have the highest rate of obesity in the world) that prefers to take into consideration the physical aspect rather than their music or their movies.

I’m a journalist and I know that media will never stop talking about why women come in all sizes especially the ones above size 4 (too fat) and the 00 (too thin).

These articles are written for the public that look to these people and say “I wish I had that body!” or “Look at her, she’s getting fatter and fatter everyday!”.

You can look at these women and the only thing that you can say is that their weight varies and they are simply beautiful even if they are size 4 or 6! I don’t think they are big and fat! And now this is what I appreciate the most. Because once, I was one of those people who looked at them and was jealous of their body. I went from size 8 to size 2 eating well and everything in small portions (remember to eat! Starving = gaining weight back) and working out 5 days a week. I feel good and I’m very proud of myself.

No matter who you are – a celebrity or a housewife – your “perfect” body is completely different than someone else’s.

Some people focus so much on numbers instead of what is in the mirror! I really wish people would stop focusing on the size and number on the scale and pay attention to how they feel, eating well, exercising and not becoming obese – you know that this is bad for your health.

Remember: size doesn’t define your health. It’s irrelevant. You have to like yourself. No excuse.

About pasta loves me

Giornalista professionista emiliana, fondatrice del sito, laurea in lingue e master in Social Communication. Cresciuta a tortelli e gnocchi, impara a cucinare in Canada dove ha vissuto sei anni e dove ha lavorato per il Corriere Canadese. Amante e studiosa del barbecue, creatrice del food blog e delle Pizze Pioggia e Puglia Mon Amour inserite nel menu di una pizzeria di Cisternino, tra le più apprezzate, ama cucinare, raccontare, fotografare, organizzare eventi e... fare la pizza napoletana in casa. Fa parte dell'Associazione Le Donne del Vino Delegazione Puglia, è stata giudice in diversi concorsi enogastronomici e ha collaborato con il Cucchiaio d'Argento e I Love Italian Food. Conduce su Telenorba la trasmissione “I colori della nostra terra”, approfondimento settimanale sul territorio, turismo, agroalimentare ed enogastronomia.

One comment

  1. Theo Black

    true, true, true

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