Amanda Levitt, 28, is fighting “fat bashing.” If America is really getting fatter as research suggests, it’s most likely that an obsession with being thin and a culture of fat-shaming leads to yo-yo dieting and destructive self-hate, she said.
Amanda Levitt, 28, is fighting “fat bashing.” If America is really getting fatter as research suggests, it’s most likely that an obsession with being thin and a culture of fat-shaming leads to yo-yo dieting and destructive self-hate, she said. MCT
Amanda Levitt, 28, is fighting “fat bashing.” If America is really getting fatter as research suggests, it’s most likely that an obsession with being thin and a culture of fat-shaming leads to yo-yo dieting and destructive self-hate, she said. MCT

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