I don’t want to lose weight. Why Not Dieting Is OK

Novem­ber 14, 2016, 13:04

Every­one is obsessed with diet­ing and los­ing weight these days. But there are always girls and women who are not going to lose weight. Why not want­i­ng to lose weight is com­plete­ly nor­mal?

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Not all cur­va­ceous girls tend to get rid of them. Per­haps they do not always find under­stand­ing in the eyes of oth­ers, because being slim and fit is a trend. Nev­er­the­less, there are quite rea­son­able rea­sons for not want­i­ng to lose weight, which you can’t argue with.

My fullness is my highlight

Full­ness was not always con­sid­ered a dis­ad­van­tage. Remem­ber how many famous paint­ings by great artists depict puffy beau­ties that you nev­er get tired of admir­ing. Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe has nev­er been thin, Melis­sa McCarthy con­quered Hol­ly­wood thanks to her appe­tiz­ing forms, the charm of actress Iri­na Pego­va is pre­cise­ly in her full­ness, and it is also dif­fi­cult to imag­ine Rus­lan Pysan­ka in the 44th size. A well-cho­sen wardrobe, a healthy com­plex­ion, a radi­ant look, self-con­fi­dence and a bright per­son­al­i­ty — these are the com­po­nents of the attrac­tive­ness of fat women. Why should they lose weight if they are already irre­sistible?

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I do not want to lose weight, but my loved ones …

It often hap­pens that we are forced to go on a diet by a per­fec­tion­ist mom, girl­friends who are obsessed with diets, or a guy who wants his girl­friend to look like a mod­el from the cov­er of a glossy mag­a­zine. In this case, the desire to lose weight is not ours at all, but our loved ones. And before you go on about them, you should think care­ful­ly. Per­haps you need not to fight over­weight, but to sort out your rela­tion­ships with loved ones. And by the way, if your boyfriend or hus­band insists that you get the per­fect shape, most like­ly he will not stop there. And he will always find what else can be “improved”. Think about whether you need such a rela­tion­ship. A hap­py union is only one in which you are accept­ed for who you are, right?

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Healthy fullness

If you do not want to lose weight and are sure that this is nor­mal and you have a healthy accept­able weight, use the body mass index (BMI) for­mu­la. Body weight in kilo­grams should be divid­ed by height in meters squared (kg/m2). The result from 18.5 to 25 is the norm. BMI less than 30 — accept­able full­ness, above 30 — obe­si­ty.

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There­fore, if you feel nor­mal, are sat­is­fied with your appear­ance, go in for sports, you do not have meta­bol­ic dis­or­ders, then do not wor­ry about being over­weight. By the way, some­times a small fat reserve can even be use­ful. Accord­ing to a study con­duct­ed in Israel, peo­ple with a BMI of 25–27 live longer than those whose weight is nor­mal or in deficit. And sci­en­tists from New Orleans found that patients who ini­tial­ly have a low­er BMI are more like­ly to die from strokes and heart attacks.

There­fore, not want­i­ng to lose weight is nor­mal, and some­times even use­ful! What do you think? Write to us in the com­ments — your opin­ion is impor­tant to us!

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