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About Celebrities Weighing In On Body Image
A recent study says women’s body images are based on what others think of their actual weight.
Obsessions over appearance have led to anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders. Here are a few tips for promoting a healthy body image. Check out what some A-listers have said about body image in the past.
Beyoncé In 2011: “It’s really not about being skinny or being curvy. What matters is that you love yourself and you are taking care of your health.”
Jennifer Lopez in 2007: “I couldn’t ever be a size zero. I just don’t see how I could get down to that size and still be healthy.”
Kim Kardashian in 2010: “When I was a teenager, I hated being curvy. But, as you grow up, you learn to love yourself and everything about you.”
Jennifer Hudson in 2011:“I never thought I couldn’t lose the weight. It’s just that I felt comfortable with the way I was.”
Mariah Carey in 2007: “I’m not supposed to be a stick figure girl. It’s just not me.”
Tyra Banks in 2006: “I am the first one to admit that my body isn’t perfect. I love my curves. Starving myself? So not my thing.”
America Ferrera in 2008: “We’re not all a size 2 and we’re not all a size 0. And you know what? That’s OK, because some of us like to eat!”
Janet Jackson in 2010: “Every body type is different — that’s what makes you unique. What makes you special is you, and you are different from the next person.”