Weight loss is unhealthy (study)
Various articles have been posted on the forum over the years showing that far from being advantageous to health, weight loss is actually severely unhealthy for women. Here's the newest study that confirms this fact.
The significant portions:
Note the last point - that gaining weight is in fact healthier than losing weight, because the toxic blood pollutants are not then released into the bloodstream.
Over the years, many have pointed out that the promotion of diet-starvation and exercise-torture is a "toxic" aesthetic. Now we discover that this is not just a metaphorical formulation - that dieting is literally toxic to the body.
Isn't it (obviously) preferable for women to remain curvy, and even to blossom in size, and retain their youthful soft appearance, rather than starving themselves, looking haggard, and literally poisoning their body in the process?
Re: Weight loss is unhealthy (study)
As distressed as I am to know that pollution can invade our very bodies, I marvel at the body's ability to shield itself from these toxins by locking them up in adipose tissue. This knowledge adds another dimension to size celebration: a full, healthy body, allowed to do as Nature designed it in sequestering environmental poisons, is healthy indeed.
Curvy is the new healthy
Over the years, this site has recorded dozens of studies detailing countless reasons why becoming fuller-figured is actually beneficial to women's health, while food deprivation and other forms of figure diminishment are severely detrimental. The causes are numerous, but the conclusions are always the same: weight increase is advantageous to women, while weight loss is severely harmful.
The only dismaying (if predictable) reality is the fact that these medically incontestable studies, which demonstrate the health benefits of female weight gain, are all systematically suppressed by the mass media. Meanwhile, the junk science funded by the starvation/torture industries, which makes the opposite claim and fuels bogus "weight epidemic" hysteria, is touted by every news organization in the world. This double standard represents at best a glaring lack of investigative journalism on the part of the press, a dereliction of duty, and at worst identifies a thin-supremacist media agenda fuelled by curve-o-phobia and crass profiteering. And the people who suffer as a result are, oh, nearly every woman in the Western world.
With these facts in mind, we propose a new, genuinely positive slogan that the plus-size community should adopt:
"Curvy is the new healthy."
One doesn't even need medical research to conclude that a woman becomes healthier as her figure blossoms with extra fullness. The evidence is right there before one's very eyes. Weight gain is the natural fountain of youth for women, just as weight loss severely accelerates the aging process.
And as this current Bon-Ton image of Barbara modelling a Calvin Klein sleeveless dress shows, her curves are still very much in place, from her buxom voluptuousness to her soft limbs to her full, shapely legs. No artificial procedures or injections of foreign matter could have done for her what a hearty appetite has done--maintain her youthful beauty.
It is simply incomprehensible why any woman would ever starve or torture herself into a lesser size, when soft fullness is both medically essential for health and aesthetically necessary for beauty. Moreover, nature has given women sensations of overwhelming pleasure when they indulge freely, signalling to them the beneficial aspects of eating whatever they want, and as much as they want.
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