After looking things up, I found out 91% of women are unhappy with their bodies. That’s like almost all women! Absolutely, devastating for me to read. It completely explains why so many women resort to dieting, plastic surgery, or food disorders to achieve their ideal body shape.
Unfortunately, only 5% of women naturally possess the body type often portrayed by Americans in the media. This is where the issues often stem from. 58% of college-aged girls feel pressured to be a certain weight.
This is where I am thankful to be me, I have been 20 pounds heavier or 20 pounds thinner and my weight fluctuates 10 pounds here or there depending on if I am working or not. If I’ve been to Puerto Rico, Houston or New York or not. (Those are my favorite places to eat.) But weight has never been a huge focus for me. Even though my weight has been the focus and topic of people’s conversations about me, I have a healthy relationship with food and it’s all about balance. At the end of the day, I love me whether my boobs are a Double D or a C, they are a part of me.
It’s more than a self-esteem thing, I really think it’s an acceptance and appreciation of self thing too.
We need some major educational overhauls as early as elementary school when it comes to nutrition. Nutrition is taught all wrong and more than half of genetic diseases that run in families are there because we have the same eating habits that run in families.
Mothers, let’s teach our children about healthy food and balance. Let’s break generational curses and traditions and an overabundance of artery clogging foods. If you need reeducation yourself, I am here and ready to provide you with some nutritional consultations.