What's the difference between a healthy body and a sexy body? Eating smaller portions—and choosing healthy foods over fattening foods—can help reduce weight. Ultimately I've found that if I'm not getting regular exercise, it's difficult to build and maintain a strong body.
|Fear Less (Always Believe)|
Women Against Rice Cakes
How healthy do I feel in my birthday suit? Are there new shapes thanks to 20 years of compounded gravity weighing down my aging body parts? Do I compare my body to those in magazines or at the gym? Do I honor each wrinkle and curve the same as I do the wisdom I've collected over the years?
Who says healthy living can't also taste yummy? With the variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes and other foods, who needs the sugar-laden alternatives? When I want to indulge, moderation is the key to me staying on track—and to avoid feeling guilty for eating too much.
Body image is often on my mind. Even though I eat fat-free, it's hard to avoid being obese. Who makes these categories anyways?
|Virtually Fat Free|
I love having a healthy body image going into a relationship; it makes me feel sexy. Like most folks, I'm self-conscious without clothes. When my partner smiles, naked is just another state of being.