International No Diet Day
In order to take steps against the propaganda of weight loss diets, International No Diet Day came into being. The idea came to a British woman, Mary Evans Young, also a long time anorexic, who was teaching management courses for women. This day, which happens every year on the 6th of May, is now celebrated in a many countries, including Canada, the United States, and France. Its symbol is a light blue ribbon.
According to the non-profit organisation ÉquiLibre, 73% of Quebec women want to lose weight and 35% of girls aged nine have already tried to lose weight. A study done in 2012 showed that women are two times as likely as men to have negative feelings, such as anxiety, deprivation, and guilt when they eat.
To help you eat healthy and with lots of pleasure, I’m suggesting to you the five following recipes, taken straight from our Healthy Meal Plans.
- Shrimp, Tomato, and Basil Pasta
- Salmon Burger
- Baked Aubergine Parmesan
- Fruit and Couscous Salad
- Cream Cheese Mousse with Berries
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