Hmmm. she looks fine to me. In the U.S. where we are getting heavier by the moment, I find it ironic that there has been a trend to be more accepting of "heavy" women as a norm and what is "healthy". If you are big boned, or obesity runs in your family, fine, but let's not dismiss those who work out and stay fit and trim as being anorexic. If you look at people in a gym... the ones who have been at it for a while... are not heavy. There's a small percentage of fat that is healthy... after that, not.
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