Author and activist Virgie Tovar explains the thin line between health and healthism.
No matter how great people said I looked, there was always a reason to hate my body—until I discovered strength training.
I got trapped in diet culture as a kid and I may never get out.
Every comment I have ever received after weight loss has made me feel valued and worthy of attention. And yet, I was starving myself to get there.
I Had an Eating Disorder for 21 Years—but Doctors Wouldn't Diagnose Me With Anorexia Because of My Weight
Because she didn't look like someone with an eating disorder, Shira Rosenbluth, 31, was caught in a cycle of binging, purging, and restricting her food intake for two decades—until she was correctly diagnosed and started treatment to help her heal.
"We fighting that good fight"
This Woman Wants People to Know That Transformation Photos Only Show Half the Battle of Weight Loss
Chandler Sosebee is reminding people that there's more to weight loss than the physical changes.
"Same me. Few new stories."
Gabi Fresh and Swimsuits for All Released a New Swimwear Line—and the Photos Are Straight Fire
And the photos were straight fire.
There is a growing and controversial movement to change how we approach our health. Find out what it’s all about.
She posted a NSFW photo of her accidental nip slip to Instagram.
"When my bones started to show I felt validated."
“Raise your hand if you didn’t know you’d be changing your own diapers too.”
Mik Zazon, the founder of the movement, shares what inspired her to create the hashtag.
The "Truth Hurts" singer rocked an orange two-piece as she hit the beach in Brazil
Not liking your breasts can actually has serious health implications. Here's what doctors say.
Jessica Simpson Says Her Daisy Dukes Set a ‘Gold Standard’ for Her Body That She Couldn’t Escape
The singer says her flaws “were just out there for the world to rip apart, when they weren’t even flaws”
Mom Reveals Every Postpartum Challenge She's Dealing With (Even Hemorrhoids)—and Why They're Worth It
There's so much more to becoming a mom than the side effects of pregnancy.
The movement argues that loving your body can improve your physical and mental health—but who does that really work for?
Scratch the surface of diet culture and you’ll see that it’s rooted in female obedience and even racism.
“I’ve come to terms with body dysmorphia and evolved,” the Grammy-nominated singer said about learning to love herself.
She's using fashion to send a message about body diversity.
Influencer’s Close-Up Photo of Her Cellulite Encourages Others to Accept This Common Body ‘Flaw’
“Cellulite doesn’t mean you’re fat and out of shape."
Jazz Jennings Reveals Her Scars From Gender Reassignment Surgery in Body Positive Swimsuit Photo
The activist and reality TV star calls her scars her "battle wounds."
From showing off stretch marks to clapping back at trolls, these were big wins for body peace.