“Love your body and it will love you right back.”
Fact: Up to 85% of women struggle with body image.
Today’s world is designed to make you feel small, ugly, and weak.
Marketers know that this is one of the easiest ways to get you to buy their products. Feel ugly? Why not try this new lipstick! Feel fat? Why not eat this 100 calorie snack pack that will make you even hungrier!
Here at Health to Empower, we have zero time for that bullshit.
here’s the deal
BODIES NEED LOVE
For your body to be healthy, energetic, and full of life, it needs care. That means it needs real food, and plenty of it. Heap loving care on your body, and it will respond with health and vibrancy.
The secret to confidence isn’t playing by society’s rules… it’s getting over them. Forget the game. Be you. Own your magnificence. Take pride in who you are, where you’ve been, and where you’re going.
BE A PARTNER
Society tells you to be at war with your body. It says to starve it, make it exercise when it’s tired, and push it beyond its limits. Stop. Listen. Be patient. Don’t work against your body, work with it.
In the grand scheme of things, the most compelling women are the ones who love deeply, act boldly, think creatively, and go out and change the world. Don’t focus on your looks, focus on your amazing power.
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