Join us for Eating Concerns Awareness Week at University of New Hampshire: http://www.unh.edu/health-services/ecaw
Curvy Grams for Everyday! - Curvy Yoga
Ms. Ella is back at it tweeting for us. She hopes you come to our Love Your Body Week ice cream social at 3pm. #UNH
Keep Calm and Love Your Body
We are seeking UNH students to get involved with the Body Monologues. Visit http://www.unh.edu/health-services/body-monologues if you are interested.
My thighs are so sexy, they can't stop touching each other.
We are looking for UNH students to join our Eating Concerns Mentors program. Apply online! University of New Hampshire; College Health
NOW Foundation's Love Your Body Campaign - We love this poster!
Top Health Myths: Fact or Fad? ~ If only I had known this in my 20's! I Think I messed up my metabolism with many of these fads: gluten free, wheat free, sugar free, fat free, juicing, etc.....
When You Gain Weight - POEM
Don't let your mind bully your body - Lori Weitzel
Women are more than just bodies. See More. Be More. BeautyRedefined.org
This Is Your Body On Love! Love your body, love yourself!
"It's just as hard to be Ken as it is to be Barbie."
83% of adolescent girls read fashion magazines for an average of 4 hours every week. In these teen and women's magazines, advertisements for diets and weight loss programs are 10 times more common than they are in men's magazines.
In America, it is estimated that 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder in their lifetime. It is time we in America change that story. #NEDAwareness #Eatingdisorders
Eating Disorders don't just affect young women - they occur in children, men, older adults, and people of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds and races.
According to the National Eating Disorders Association, at least one million males in the United States are battling anorexia or bulimia. Yet due to the shame that often comes with male eating disorders, experts say the statistics are skewed, and many more young men are left unaccounted for.
"We must recognize that men can present with different symptoms, but that their symptomatology is just as concerning as when women present with an eating disorder. Until we can expand this understanding, we will be ostracizing a group of individuals that are suffering from preventable and treatable disorders." Butterfly Foundation
Eating Concerns Awareness Week returns to UNH starting February 24th. Brought to you by the Eating Concerns Mentors.
ALL WEEK - LOVE the JEANS You're IN! DID YOU KNOW? 40% of women purchase clothes that were too small in hopes that they would one day be able to wear them after losing weight. Love the Jeans You're In All week, visit the Whittemore Center lobby to view a display of "thinspiration" jeans donated and decorated by UNH students in an effort to overcome body image difficulties created by a culture that emphasizes the thin ideal. LOVE the JEANS Your'e In!