Beauty, Body Image and Media Influences

Sana Sarang

August 18, 2020 | 506 Views |

What is Beauty in today’s era? What size or shape do we aspire to have? What are the perceptions of being flawless, fit, beautiful, and healthy?

What is Beauty in today’s era?

What size or shape do we aspire to have?

What are the perceptions of being flawless, fit, beautiful, and healthy?

We have so many questions raised under one umbrella. Why is it so difficult to sustain or overcome body image issues!

Let's break down the conversation, cut the body image cake, and blow some candles for a better living.

Diet and Nutrition play a momentous role in losing or gaining weight, a factor that you can modify.

The weight which does not fall into a healthy BMI category, whether it is less or more it will someday land you up on the undesired medical condition. In order to live a healthy life, a healthy machine (your body) should work efficiently so that you won’t land up on hospital bed and pay hefty hard-earned money on bills.

Keeping the physical appearance aside, the emotional trauma that we create in the name of body images as a societal pressure that is far worse than a physical bruise.

We need a digital detox to wash off the negativity that we deal with on the internet. We don't understand the impact that we create on people by making fun of their body types.

Dozens of celebrities and trends are introduced via media every day, without even giving a second thought we hop in for fad diets and impossible goals.

We need to understand that a group of people is working behind monitoring a celebrity to make his / her body picture-worthy. What makes you think that following the same footprints and jumping in the same puddle will get you a picture-perfect ready ?!

Remember even celebrities are bashed when they gain weight!

As a society, we need to stop bullying and calling out names, just by giving motivational speeches and extending helping hand after a person commits suicide won't help!

The solution to this is, it will take time as a society to change and seep in the positivity, but as an individual learn to appreciate your body, your flaws, and get yourself a digital detox.

Learn to appreciate what you have, embrace, and get comfortable with your own skin.

For any further medical assistance, personalized medical diet plans you can contact me at:

The Food doctor

Clinical Dietitian Sana Sarang

Gmail: thefooddoctor12@gmail.com

Phone no: 8425859577

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Sana Sarang
Sana Sarang
Clinical Dietitian, Nutritionist who loves to debunk myths and make people dive into Reality and Science.