Emerging research suggests unintended consequences, sparking debate around the movement’s role in well-being.

You’re perfect just the way you are. This affirming mantra rings out across social media, challenging status-quo beauty ideals. The movement promotes self-acceptance, with influencers proudly flaunting different body types.

But does such unconditional positivity—more specifically of overweight and obese individuals—improve mental health at the expense of physical health?

While seeking to counter body shaming, some experts argue the trend glorifies obesity despite its health risks. Emerging research suggests unintended consequences, sparking debate around the movement’s role in well-being.

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