Aly Raisman has zero tolerance when it comes to people making hateful comments about her body. The 22-year-old Olympian took to Twitter to respond to an unacceptable incident she experienced while going through airport security.
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In case you haven't noticed, there's a growing conversation about whether or not you can be "fat but fit," thanks in part to the body positive movement. And while people often assume that being overweight is automatically bad for your health, research shows that the issue is more complicated than that. (More background here: What's a Healthy Weight Anyway?)
You probably grew up guzzling milk. It's a solid source of protein, and it helps you build strong bones. Flash forward a few decades, though, and it's no longer front and center in your fridge–if it's in there at all. More and more of us have gone vegan or Paleo and ditched dairy. Even if your diet doesn't prohibit milk, concerns about its link to acne, allergies, and heart disease may have made you nix it.
We've all experienced it: You wake up, look down and think, "Wow, my abs look amazing!" And strangely enough, sometimes they look their best even when the rest of you is feeling its worst—like after a night out. In fact, this phenomenon is so widely experienced that it has its own term and Instagram hashtag: Morning abs.