Women’s Healthy Weight Day
Every woman is unique and as such, no two of them will need to be the same weight. Our modern media seems to have an obsession with the thinness of women, which can put an undue burden on women who can’t fit that standard.
This can lead to eating disorders, low self-worth, and even depression. That’s why it’s important for all women to get to know their own bodies so they can learn what their healthy weight is and they can maintain that weight.
The History Of Women’s Healthy Weight Day
At this moment in time, we’re unable to uncover who invented this holiday or when it was invented. We do know that it’s been around for at least five years now and that it was invented to foster a more body-positive message for women. As we usually say in these instances, we’ll continue to try to research this holiday and will update this space if we learn anything more about it.
Tips To Help Women Maintain A Healthy Weight
We wanted to include just a few tips below that we feel will help all of our readers achieve and maintain a healthier weight for themselves. While no advice is applicable to 100% of the people observing it, we do feel that the following tips are pretty general in nature. With that being said, let’s get right to them, shall we?
- Women should consult a doctor before embarking on any exercise routine or diet.
- They should be as active as they can be.
- They should swap out junk foods for healthier alternatives.
- They should drink plenty of water.
- Limit portion sizes to lose weight.
- Women can gain weight by adding heart-healthy fats, nuts, and cheese to their diet.
- Dining with friends and family members can have a positive impact on mood.
Observing Women’s Healthy Weight Day
During this holiday, women can learn more about what is a healthy weight for them and then take steps towards achieving or maintaining that weight. And they should do it without the influence of the media.
While they’re working towards a healthier weight, women can also take the time to spread the word about this holiday and the issue of body positivism by using the hashtag #WomensHealthyWeightDay on social media.