You Can Be Body Positive and Still Have a Weight Loss Goal

It’s time to redefine what body positivity is — and isn’t

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It’s no secret that body image issues run deep in most women from a young age. A whopping 91% of women are dissatisfied with their body shape, with a mere 5% having an appearance deemed “ideal” by society and the media.

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