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Beth Ditto Says Being Skinny Doesn’t Mean You’re Healthy

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Beth Ditto has something interesting and quite debatable to say:

“I’m not an unhealthy person and I feel like one of the most tiring parts of being fat and being proud of it is… you do a lot of proving yourself all the time.

“It’s really interesting to me that people will look at a thin person and go, ‘That’s a healthy person’. I want to go, ‘Come open my refrigerator and look and then let’s talk about what you think is so bad’.

To be thin and to stay really thin, sometimes… some people literally do coke all the time. Some people smoke cigarettes instead of eating. That’s crazy. But that’s ‘okay’ because you look healthier.”

… says Beth.

Who agrees with her words? Who doesn’t?

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Kellen
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Kellen

Amen.

snoops
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snoops

Being thin does not = being healthy. Being morbidly obese however is unhealthy no matter what way you look at it.

She challenges people to look in her fridge to see what in there is “unhealthy” – well maybe she is eating good foods, but that is not all there is to being healthy. There is also the important factor of portion control, and lets not forget keeping active and fit. Being so overweight puts so much strain on the body, the internal organs, the joints, everything, her body has to work hard to support her huge mass. Thats not healthy.

Debbie
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Debbie

I agree with what you said 100%.

Rebecca B
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Rebecca B

I totally, 100% agree. No, not all skinny people are healthy. No asks her to be a size zero. But obesity is incredibly unhealthy. I should know – I spent a very long time being obese. I said I was healthy too. But, for me, that was just an excuse because I wasn’t willing to put in the effort that losing weight requires.

brittainb
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I agree, as well! I love that you brought up portion control. She COULD have a very healthy diet (doubt it, but she could), but if you eat 4x the amount of required daily intake, the result is going to be obesity. I mean something had to make her this way. and, I think the fact that she is trying to say that some people who are thin and stay thin “do coke all the time” is REDICULOUS. Okay, like maybe a handful of people, (in the world) do coke to stay skinny. I don’t see how she can really… Read more »
Evie
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I share your thoughts.

Emily
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Emily

Bravo! I agree, 100%. I’m not a huge fan of this woman, not because she is untalented (I’ve never heard her, in fact) but because she is just as much in denial as anyone else with an unhealthy relationship with food is. It’s not good for anyone.

Rolly
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Rolly

Pipe down woman.
Being overweight is unhealthy, no questioning there.
Just because she is indenial about her weight, judging others who are thinner then her is just emphasizing her insecurities.
Lose weight and stop complaining.

Jenny
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Jenny

Its like you didn’t even read what she wrote. She was saying that just because someone is think doesn’t mean they are healthy. She was saying that weight doesn’t always determine someone’s health.

LolaFerrariPop
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LolaFerrariPop
@Jenny: That’s precisely what she is saying. Weight is not necessarily an indication of someone’s health. Just because someone is thin does not make them healthy, and naturally it follows that being fat does not necessarily mean someone is unhealthy. Some people are naturally larger (they’re called endomorphs), just like others are naturally skinnier (ectomorphs). If that’s their body type then they could live ANY lifestyle and it would make little difference to their weight. I like Beth Ditto’s straight forwardness and honesty, and that she stands up for larger people. It’s a sick and twisted society in which virtually… Read more »
Debbie
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Debbie

People, she is not overweight, largr os plus size. She is morbidily obese. There is no going around it, she is morbidily obese, and there for unhealthy.

I agree that being thin doesnt necessarily mean being healthy, but I do think (like someone said above) that being morbidily obese means you are unhealthy.

she
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I agree. This woman is clearly not healthy. She is not in the range of what healthy is. People who are that heavy are at a greater risk for a whole cornucopia of health problems. She is right, being thin doesn’t automatically mean you are healthy BUT COME ON PEOPLE! I’d like to think that we’re past equating thinness with healthiness. Maybe twenty years ago, but no, not today. I think it’s beyond absurd when obese people use a misconception that no one has bought into for the past one or two decades to negotiate their own weight. Pointing out… Read more »
nope
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nope

Hear, hear!

jane
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jane

Give me a break. In Europe, the difference between ectomorphs and endomorphs is, what, two sizes? Ectomorphs are a 2 and endomorphs are a 6-8. Only in America do people justify overweight with the whole “big bones” argument.

And, regardless of your body type, it is completely false to say that your lifestyle will not make a difference in how you look.

Emily
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Emily

“Endomorph” and “ectomorph” are NOT scientific or medical terms, and they have nothing to do with health. PLEASE. Body fat percentage and distribution DO have to do with health, and not only is she probably half fat or more by volume, but she is apple shaped, and that is the shape that already has the worst heart disease risks of all the shapes.

She. Is. Unhealthy.

So is Megan Fox at her too-thin weight.

So are many size zero celebs.

But that does not make her healthy, even by comparison.

Erica
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Erica
I agree with her that being thin does not necessarily mean someone is healthy – and also that being big doesn’t necessarily mean someone is unhealthy. But when you are the size she is, it is pretty hard to believe that her health is optimum! I certainly think that people can be ‘big’ and be perfectly fit and healthy – take Christina Hendricks (who, while not fat, is certainly bigger looking than what most people envisage as fit and healthy) – but when you are so obviously obese, there has got to be some unhealthy connotations. Maybe she does eat… Read more »
artemis
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artemis

agree

princessdi
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princessdi
Agree w Erica. I also agree w Beth that some people do coke or cigs to stay thin…Ive had friends who were in that situation and it was worst then being really fat imo…they were willing to die to be thin…(my 2 friends are now healthy and happy btw!)healthy is best, not too fat, not too skinny…and if u do have a healthy problem and it causes u to be fat, then u may have to defend yourself to others since they assume u are just eating too much. Hummm, there are always two sides to this topic for most… Read more »
Emily
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Emily

I agree! Christina is healthy at a larger size (though I’m not sure she exercises much due to Mad Men). Beth is at least two or three Christinas. It’s not even close to healthy.

maddie
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maddie
she is obses! having a waist line that big puts you at risk of heart disease..and diabetes ….that i CAN judge from her appearance because by estimating her measurements it’s obvious she is in the danger zone i don’t care which way people look at it….A PERSON THIS FAT ISN’T HEALTHY. though i do agree skinny people aren’t always healthy…obviously there are some who turn to unhealthy habits just to stay thin but that isn’t the majority…if you eat healthy, have portion control and excercise you should be slim or curvy….but definitely not fat like this. i refuse to believe… Read more »
Mia
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Well of course she’s right, there are a lot of skinny people out there who don’t eat properly and never workout, so being skinny and healthy are clearly not synonomous.
And I don’t think she is saying that being obese is healthy either, but she is saying that just because someone is overweight or obese doesn’t mean they don’t have healthy habits. Heck, I see overweight people on the running trail every single day, and some of them can run pretty damn fast (and far!).

bst
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She s absoulutely right,there are so many girls out their doing coke or whatever in order to stay thin.How up is that? She s clearly obese.But sometimes dieseases are the reason.And I don t know if I d want the whole world to know that I m fat because there s some stupid illness,and say “I wish I d be thinner”.And due to the genes&bone structure some poeple can eat as healthy as they want and exercise,it just doesn t work.And some can eat as unhealthy as they want to. I know plenty of people who would be considered as… Read more »
Alexa@Living La Vida Pura
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Demonizing thin women is an easy way to convince yourself that there are no consequences to abusing your body by being morbidly obese. However, Beth Ditto’s arteries probably don’t agree with her, nor do the visceral organs that her body fat is probably crushing. But hey, go on thinking that thin women are the problem – I promise not to say “I told you so” when you’re paralyzed by a stroke caused by your unhealthy lifestyle.

bigvinamac
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i agree. why is it that every time someone speaks of health it’s always referred towards thin women? i understand what she’s saying but it’s not like she could be healthy herself.

adrianna
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adrianna

A little harsh, but mostly correct.

You don’t even have to be “thin”. Just normal, even chubby is alright. All it really takes is eating healthy, rational amounts of food and exercising a little each week. She is morbidly obese, and no matter how much she puts down others and tries to make herself feel better aboiut being fat, her body is not meant to handle that much excess weight. No-one’s is.

Irina
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And why are you putting words in Beth Ditto’s mouth?!

Alexa@Living La Vida Pura
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elleohelle
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elleohelle

She was not demonizing thin women, she was just talking about how some women can be thin but still not be healthy.

I find it very disturbing that you would take pleasure in her getting a heart attack or something. Why do you care if she’s unhealthy? It’s not affecting you.

I agree its in her best interest to lose weight, but that’s her problem, not yours.

Irina
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First of all she wasn’t trying to convince herself of anything, you assumed that. Second, she never said or implied all thin women are the problem (the problem to what?).Third, she’s not railing against skinny women she stated a truth “being thin doesn’t equal healthy”. Fourth, she didn’t declare skinny women do coke or whatever you ment there. God, this reminds me of that Rachel Bilson post where people put words in her mouth because of their own frustrations, hatred of things and who knows what else…

Nkeon
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I’m sorry but what nonsense. Most people do not have to do coke or any kind of drugs to not be underweight. Why is there this misconception going around that all ‘thin’ (thin in this case being any woman not overweight – as is now the new classification it would seem) is struggling in agony to remain so? And yeah maybe she does have lots of fresh meats, fish and veg in her fridge, but if she’s shovelling it down her gob in the bucket loads then she may be healthy in terms of nutrients but fails on the calorie… Read more »
Mia
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I am not saying I don’t agree with you, but you completely twisted her quote around. She never said that most (or all, in your words) thin women go to unhealthy lengths to remain skinny. She specifically used the words “some” and “sometimes”, that is a pretty major difference, especially if you are going to be dissecting somebody’s quote.
And besdies, her point was a simple one: You can’t judge a book by it’s cover!

Nkeon
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Okay, maybe I did over generalise saying ‘all’ rather than ‘some’. However, in regards to not judging a book by its cover: you may not get the full story but you can at least get a general idea. Health is measured by various factors thus for someone to say they are healthy is a blanket statement. Someone can be healthy in reagards to their nutritional value however they may be unhealthy in regards to portion sizes. She’s indicating that she has a fridge full of good ingredients however her size suggests that she does not eat healthy portion sizes. Likewise,… Read more »
Zoe
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I agree with you totally, Nkeon. You always give such precise, well thought out comments 🙂

Nkeon
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Aw, thanks Zoe!

gabby
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gabby
my great grandma’s body is like Beth..I saw her old pictures, she is big all over, but very pretty..she never loose weight, eat a balance diet( mostly vegetables), but sometimes indulge in cakes and ice cream..She walk everyday..She is now 86 years old, never been hospitalize ( even during childbirth) her blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol level, etc are normal until now..Those who doesn’t know her always warn her about the effects of” obesity” like Heart attack and diabetes..But she is perfectly healthy, she can outrun, err outwalk people 20 years younger despite her age and weight. People dont understand… Read more »
Emily
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Emily

Perhaps she’s just LUCKY, Gabby. Certainly a fat person who exercises can be heathier than a thin person who doesn’t, but separately from cholesterol or any other factors, waistline DOES correlate with heart disease. I’m glad your grandmother is healthy so far, but cross your fingers…

Priscila
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Priscila

I agree with her 🙂

not buying it
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not buying it

people don’t think being thin at any cost is “ok”. she is definitely not healthy. she carries a lot of weight in her middle. she has no clue what she’s talking about.

Kellen
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Kellen
my bones pop out all over the place; I do not know my weight; I do not desire to know my weight. perhaps I am in denial; perhaps I do not eat enough, but I do try very hard to listen to my body and what it tells me day in and day out and I do have regular check-ups with my primary physician, to keep my health in check. Apparently all is well: or so they tell both tell me. I see a dietician on the regular (once per week). I, we, believe in balance; homeostasis if you will.… Read more »
Kellen
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Kellen

and to clarify, i guess, i say she is active because an “active” person in my opinion is able to get out of there house and move about daily life with ease. She is clearly able to do so from blatant observation. That’s all.

Casey
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Casey
“Regardless, overindulgence is a choice. It is her choice. We all have choices. ” I really like your comment, Kellen. I think a lot of times people treat eating healthy as some sort of law that everyone must follow otherwise they’re doing some big, superevil thing and it becomes okay for us to insult them. Eating habits are a choice, just like how many kids you want to have and whether or not you want to go to college. Sure, there’s always a good choice and a bad choice. You probably shouldn’t have more kids than you can take care… Read more »
DainaLi
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DainaLi
in all honesty, im not about to take advice from someone who doesn’t look the picture of health either. yea not all skinny people are healthy or get there by healthy means, but i doubt that people who are overweight are that healthy either. i mean yea you can eat betters foods but if you eat a portion that is so out of wack, that doesn’t equal healthy to me either. i agree with her but i also wouldnt really take advice from her on weight either. just my personal opinion. sometimes i feel like that’s simply an excuse to… Read more »
Jen
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Yes I agree with her on the fact that being skinny does NOT mean that you are necessarily healthy. However, she’s not “big-boned” or anything like that, she is obese. And yes, being that size DOES automatically make you unhealthy. She may be eating foods that are considered healthy, but she is either cheating her diet, eating entirely too much of said good food, or she has a thyroid problem. Your body isn’t meant to handle so much excess weight. I really dislike this movement that its okay to be “fat and happy.” No one says you have to be… Read more »
Mary
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Mary
My husband is what people would consider obese-however, he tests as being very healthy. He was fat when I met him, and was working the family farm(hardest work EVER) and eating very healthy. He is one of those rare people that can never get skinny. He eats better than most skinny people I know. So yes, she is right in a way. However, most really skinny people can’t do the unhealthy for too long,e.g. starve or use coke. It catches up to them. I suspect a lot of celebs eat really well and work out hardcore-maybe have a cigarette or… Read more »
Gigi
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Gigi

The thing is, yes, there are people who, like your husband, truly have a thyroid disorder or what have you that affects their ability to be at a traditionally considered healthy weight, but sometimes I feel like people use that as a cop out for not working hard enough to lose weight. I’m not saying that Beth Ditto doesn’t have a medical condition that prevents her from being at a healthy weight, but I’m also not saying that she does.

Gigi
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Gigi

wow that didnt even make sense lol. sorry, im running on two hours of sleep.

Yanyan
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Yanyan

You know what guys, it’s all about how you feel about your body. It’s how a woman takes care of herself.

Steph
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Steph

Not everyone who is skinny is healthy, but NOBODY who is morbidly obese is.

ham
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Listen, most of ya’ll are being incredibly fat-phobic. Nobody KNOWS what Beth Ditto does in her spare time. Beth Ditto is fabulous and an icon and she keeps it real. I love this site, but why all of the hate? Yes, she is fat. No, she does not care. No, she does not need to care. Why? It is her right as a human.

Alexa@Living La Vida Pura
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She can celebrate her fat rolls all she likes, but I’m not going to feel bad about criticizing stupid comments she makes to justify celebrating her fat rolls. I’m happy to let her eat herself into a diabetic coma and die, but not to let her try to convince people that that kind of lifestyle is good or “cool” or a smart choice.

elleohelle
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elleohelle

eat herself into a diabetic coma and die? again, you sound like you wish that on her, which is a pretty messed up thing.

i don’t think she is trying to convince people to be unhealthy. being healthy or unhealthy is NOT a moral decision, it’s a personal one. again why do you care?

adrianna
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adrianna

That’s like basically saying, “If you’re skinny, that’s bad cause you either smoke, drink or do drugs. So be obese, it’s healthier!”

She’s morbidly obese. I don’t care what she eats, or what is in her fridge. She’s unhealthy.
I’m not saying you have to be super thin to be healthy. Healthy means eating rational and healthy amounts of food and exercising.

Casey
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Casey
“It’s really interesting to me that people will look at a thin person and go, ‘That’s a healthy person’. “” Wow, she’s being REALLY selective about her information if she thinks that. What she needs to do is drop by this site every time there is any model featured. Then she can see the 20-30 comments saying how the person is too thin, starves themselves, is not healthy, is a bad influence, or my favorite, “is giving into Hollywood pressures,” whatever that means. It seems to me the thicker someone is, the “healthier” they appear to people. Whenever someone gains… Read more »
bigvinamac
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thank you casey. i have no words for that. i agree.

lc
Guest

Yep.

Gigi
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Gigi

Not to sound like a stalker casey, but I always love reading your comments. There is indeed a double standard when it comes to people who are naturally skinny, and that’s something I never realized until I started reading your comments.

Ellie
Member

I agree. I find that your comments are always well thought out, fair and interesting, Casey.

Casey
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Casey

Thank you Ellie and Gigi. I could say the same about you guys. 🙂

lialee
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lialee

ok the coke and cigs to stay thin thing may be partly true in the party scene in LA and London but in reality normal girls stay thin but watching what they eat and work out! duh,

Irina
Member
I’ve seen the interview. Fearne Cotton was trying to confront her about the criticism her weight gets in the press. She didn’t just say that just to make news or be interesting. It is a touchy issue so she’s cleverly shifted the balance in her favor. And yes, just because a person is thin doesn’t mean they are healthy, nobody can say that’s not true. But I swear I didn’t hear her say “I’m healthy!” She was just explaining she’s not that unhealthy magazines are trying to portray her, especially since she’s the one spreading rumors about it. On the… Read more »
Mia
Guest

I totally agree with you, BUT, is Nikki Blonsky really only famous because of her weight??? I don’t know anything about her, but I thought she was a pretty talented actress?

Irina
Member

I’m sure she’s quite talented as an actress but she made it big because of a role that required a big girl and keeps on staying in the press because she keeps on saying how much she loves her obese body. Therefore I think her weight has its role in making and keeping her famous.
Sorry, I just don’t like Nikki 🙁

holly
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holly
lol wow wtf is she talking about. Being obese is unhealthy like those girls doing cocain i mean i dont know the last time I looked at a girl with a bmi under 17 that i was like wow she looks healthy. Being underweight is bad too yes but being obese is horrible for your body in the long run she might be fine now with no health problems but in 15 years from now i want her to say that shes still healthy. Being a size 2 isnt all about starving and doing cocain eating healthy and exercising is… Read more »
effy
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effy

either way she’s still fat and ugly. at least the skinny unhealthy girls are easier to look at.

mt67676
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mt67676

fat slob making excuses. the end.

Melania
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Melania

Bhahahahaha! I was about to write the same thing. To call herself healthy is just soo funny. Her sweat probably hardens into Crisco. Gross. She is so gross.

Rebecca B
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Rebecca B
Obesity is unhealthy. It’s painful. I know that very, very well. If she’s okay with her size, then that’s her choice. I was “okay” with my size too. But when I actually lost the weight, it was so much better! I wasn’t okay with my body anymore, I was THRILLED! I cannot stand the way people have no problem insulting thin women, telling them they’re toothpicks and anorexic, but they say that fat people are inspirational because they accept themselves and their “curvy” bodies. Ultimately, your body is your choice. I’m not one to judge. But it annoys me to… Read more »
Isa
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I’m not going to agree with her fully, or say that she’s totally right. Even still, she does make sense.

esther
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esther

Well, if she eats healthy I really feel sorry for her, because then she must have a really really bad metabolism!
But I gree, thin people don’t have to be healthy of course

leonore
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leonore

Wow, some of these comments sound really prejudiced. People calling her gross? That´s uncalled for. You know nothing about this girl or how she takes care of her body. It´s pretty clear to me that some of you posting here are not really worried about her health, but simply hate on fat people.

Alexa@Living La Vida Pura
Guest
Would you like to look me in the eye and tell me that Beth Ditto eats 2000 calories a day of fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts, beans, lean meats and whole grains? How about you see if you can keep a straight face while telling me that Beth Ditto could do a single push-up on her toes, or run a single mile. Yeah, she’s not healthy. Excuses won’t make her healthy. If she wants to continue this unhealthy lifestyle, that doesn’t bother me in the slightest, but for her to act like it’s something good or desirable is morally unacceptable. It’s… Read more »
elleohelle
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elleohelle

And I look at your blog and you actually eat a lot of useless carbohydrates and do indulge sometimes too. She’s not celebrating being fat, she’s just accepting her situation. She never made being fat into a moral decision, you did.

Irina
Member

You are so bitter! Sorry, but I can’t help myself.
Because every time you see someone who’s not stick thin you go on ranting about them, bashing them and saying all sorts of mean things. And you did that on posts about average sized women as well.
That’s just sad!
And your comments do nothing but make me incredibly angry. Just in case you thought you’re convincing anyone….

Brit
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Brit
Unless there is a thyroid or other issue at play, I don’t care what she says, she does not have a healthy lifestyle. If you did, you wouldn’t be so overweight. I don’t get this whole fat acceptance thing. Not every one is a zero, I’m an 8 usually, and I try my best to make good lifestyle choices. Is it easy? Hell no! Who wouldn’t love to eat Ben and Jerry’s all the time or rarely workout? Absolutely! However, it is important and I honestly think a lot of these fat acceptance people are just plain lazy! I feel… Read more »
lc
Guest

Yeah, right. She’s obese and unhealthy, trying to tell me what is and isn’t? I’m thin, work out and eat extremely well (fruits, veg; cardio and resistance training), so yeah, NO “coke” problems Beth. Make excuses all you want for yourself. Not all thin people are coke-heads. It takes commitment to be fit, the same I guess then, to stay that fat? Right.

nannou
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nannou

who cares about these people’s health? She works in an environment where everything is about appearance. Why do they always b— about it? healthy or not, she’s FAT and that’s nothing to be proud of.

Calro
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Calro

Yes, being anorexic is as unhealthy as being obese. I just don’t get why the bigger girls are always bashing the skinny ones and vice versa. Just let us be women and leave it at that! Some of us are normal and happy with that.

Melody
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Melody
Beth Ditto is morbidly obese and sickening to look at. I’m no stick figure as I fluctuate between a size 6 and a 10, and I agree with her that being tiny doesn’t mean you are healthy, but she’s probably one of those people who thinks of butter and white pasta as health food. She’s gross and misinformed and she’s likely going to die prematurely because of all the fat her normal-sized skeleton, organs and muscles have to support. Jennifer Hudson is a healthy, normal-sized woman. So is Beyonce, and Crystina Hendricks. Beth Ditto is just as unhealthy as the… Read more »
Katy
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Katy

I believe she can maintain her weight and be healthy. It’s actually very easy for some people to stay at a certain weight, even if that weight is really high. And yes some thin people are unhealthy, and to be honest when I look at a really thin person my mind does not think healthy, it thinks unhealthy. Same with a really fat person. Maybe that’s assuming too much, but it’s just human nature.

Ikram
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Ikram

I love you Beth ! 😉

Susan
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Susan

You know what? I wish I could take her up on her offer – take a look in her fridge and “see what’s so bad”. Jillian Michaels or someone should be like, “you’re on”. Some people have a funny view of what healthy food is, like “garden veggie” type crackers, slim-fast shakes, sugary-fruity yogurt, diet frozen meals, diet soda, etc… All junk, but some people think that’s “health food”.

Gigi
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Gigi

pot. kettle. black.

Sarah
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Sarah

She sure has a lot of s— to say about the only thing that makes her famous.

jane
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jane
She is in complete denial. “I am not unhealthy?” Yes, she is. I doubt you could find a single doctor in the world that would agree with Beth Ditto’s statement. There is total consensus that her level of obesity is unhealthy. Being fat is unhealthy, no matter how you got there. Being thin IS healthy. Not all people maintain their thin weight in a healthy way, but being thin in itself is a healthy state; your body is not in any way taxed by being thin. On the other hand, being obese always taxes your body — even if every… Read more »
shise
Member

Skinny = not necessarily healthy
fat = definitely unhealthy…..which she is!

Cristina
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Cristina

most people on this site glorify women who are clearly underweight. i am quite underweight and people call me beautiful and so. underweight is not healthy, but anyone with a bmi of over 20 is fat in this society. bunch of hypocrites. but sure, the fat woman who said that UNDERWEIGHT is not healthy is mean and rude. clearly.

Ellie
Member

I did not think I could be any more repulsed by this woman. I was wrong. Eugh.

bigvinamac
Guest
i don’t agree with her. yes being thin doesn’t always mean you’re a healthy person but neither is being obese. could she be obese? i’m not so sure but i hate it when some women brag about how healthy they are when they know being at their size is not good for them. then expect us to believe that their healthy. there is nothing wrong being big but you also have to watch out with what you eat because it does affect your body. i love to eat junk food but i know hey, it’s not always good and should… Read more »
Cecil
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Cecil

she’s right and a very talented singer, but there’s no way she got to that size by being healthy

just look at her face, she looks sickly and bloated

Jello
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Jello

It looks like she is about to eat that microphone. Be careful there, it’s not a ham sandwich.

megan
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megan

if that woman is healthy, then every obese, out of shape, fat— at disneyland is too. the only way you get that HUGE is by stuffing your face past your limits and never exercising. to say she is healthy is a joke. she is no more healthy than a h—oin addict, her heart is definitely jacked up, she probably has diabetes, not to mention she looks awful and has a slouch. YIKES

Em
Guest

I think the message we ought to be taking from this article is that, while yes being at her weight is perceived to be unhealthy and unattractive doesn’t mean that you have to be slim to be healthy and achieve the ideal body as the media would have us think.
No her weight is not healthy, but at the same time, health and slim should not go hand in hand to be the ideal human body, weight, health and appearance-wise.

lindsay
Guest

i dont think it’s healthy to be her size too. there’s no way she’s eating right and leads a healthy lifestyle and still be that size.
and i think it’s absolutely not necessary to PROVE that you are proud of who you are. if she think it’s tiring to prove herself, she is probably not proud of who she is really..

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