Lessons from the Fat-o-Sphere
The basic idea, popularized in the 2008 book ‘Health at Every Size‘ by nutritionist Linda Bacon, is that you should exercise and eat right, regardless of whether those habits cause you to lose weight. But that summary doesn’t do justice to Harding’s heady mix of outrageous rhetoric… unflinching self-revelation and high-octane sarcasm.
Nara Schoenberg, Chicago Tribune
Harding and Kirby, both self-proclaimed fat girls, have founded the ultimate fat girl’s bible, with lessons of positive body image, healthy living, and most importantly loving yourself and being healthy in your current body and at your current weight. -Linda Vongkhamchanh, iVillage’s Never Say Diet
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