Okay, but your definition of “healthy” is not the same as my definition. Health is not virtuous. Health and fitness means different things to different people. Either way, my health is none of your concern. Your health is none of my concern. Nothing good ever came from shaming the health and lifestyle choices of others, so you should really fucking stop.
I love my body and take care of it the best way I know how and I will NEVER let anyone else dictate that for me ever again. I’ve been down that path of trying to please other people before pleasing myself. It never ends well.
So honestly, your concern isn’t appreciated. You may want to consider keeping your comments to yourself, as they can be incredibly damaging and unhelpful, especially to those trying to focus on their mental health rather than their physical health and feel defeated for not being able to focus on anything but improving their mental illness.
Especially to those who are fat, have always been fat, and no amount of diet or exercise has ever resulted in weight loss, making them feel unrewarded for their efforts in trying to live a healthy lifestyle.
Especially to those living with disabilities or chronic illnesses that make it very hard for them to live up to this pristine level of health that is so expected out of our health-obsessed society.
Especially to those who honestly just don’t give a fuck whether or not you want to celebrate their body or lifestyle, because it’s not about YOU - it’s about them. It’s about doing what’s right for yourself. It’s about realizing that you know your body better than anyone else’s, because what you see on the outside says absolutely NOTHING about my health or habits. It’s just a fucking body. You can not claim to assess my fucking health based on my body. It’s not that fucking simple.
Health is possible at every size. Healthy bodies are thin, fat and inbetween. Unhealthy bodies are also represented in these sizes. In other words, being overweight means absolutely fuck-all in the overall scheme of things, so you may want to reconsider the way you think about health.
I encourage you to check out my Big Fat List of Resources and learn something about how little weight has to do with health.