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This Woman's Honest Post Is Making the Internet Think Twice Before Judging Others at the Gym

At 5-foot-9 Katie Karlson weighs 200 pounds. By most definitions, she is considered obese, but her lifestyle says otherwise. In a powerful Instagram post, the body-positive blogger explained how she's worked out at least four days a week for the past six years. Not only that, but she's also been vegan for the past 10 months.

Despite making choices to be healthy, Karlson reveals how she's continuously judged by her size because she feels that in today's society no one can be considered fit and healthy if they look like her.

Peta Murgatroyd Reveals How Post-Baby Bodies Don't Just 'Shrink Right Back'

Peta Murgatroyd and her fiancé, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, just welcomed their first baby into the world eight days ago. While the Dancing With the Stars pro is just over a week postpartum, she is already embracing the changes her body has gone through, urging other women to do the same.

In a candid post on Thursday, she explains how her body didn't "shrink right back" to where it was before she got pregnant and how that's totally normal.

This Mom Decided to Donate All of Her Breast Milk After a Traumatic Stillbirth

Catt McGrath was days before her due date when she noticed something wasn't quite right with her baby. She woke up to find no movement in her belly, and while she tried not to think of the worst, she headed to the hospital to get checked out.

"The nurse tried to find his heartbeat and couldn't find it," McGrath told People. "I started crying. I knew. Then they did an ultrasound and I could see his head and his spine and nothing was moving."

How Giving Up Beer Really Helped Ed Sheeran Lose 50 Pounds

After a highly-awaited comeback, Ed Sheeran has warmed our hearts with new music in early 2017. Now, he is opening up about his 50-pound weight gain during his year off from both music and social media.

In an interview with The Breakfast Club radio show, the 25-year-old singer revealed that his lifestyle caused him to nearly "double in size" and that he knew something had to change. "Sweatpants were the only things that fit," he said, "And I just thought everything had shrunk in the wash, but it hadn't."

Cheesy Gluten-Free Party Dips to Satisfy Every Guest

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First off, most cheeses are naturally gluten-free, and popular brands that have any potential for cross-contamination will clearly list so on their ingredient list. Problem is, a lot of cheesy recipes tend to include gluten. Not these party dip recipes. Read on for ways to enjoy dips with cheese—and without gluten—at your next party. (Psst...Here's how cheese can prevent weight gain and help your heart. Yes, really.)

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Jalapeño Cheddar Dip

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"I love this dip—it's healthfully creamy because it's made with a whole head of cauliflower and Greek yogurt, which has protein to keep you feeling full." —Rebecca Clyde M.S., R.D.N., C.D.

Get the recipe: Jalapeño Cheddar Dip

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Muuna Cottage Cheese Spinach Dip

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"This high-protein Cottage Cheese Spinach Dip will fill you up fast. Plus, as a proud partner with Muuna Cottage Cheese, I love knowing it's gluten-free too, since some cottage cheese brands contain modified food starch that can disguise gluten. Pair this dip with gluten-free tortilla chips for a fun twist on a classic appetizer." —Elizabeth Shaw, M.S., R.D.N., C.L.T.

Get the recipe: Muuna Cottage Cheese Spinach Dip

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Buffalo Shrimp Dip

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"With football season upon us, this lightened-up Buffalo Shrimp Dip recipe is a perfect game-day party food. For dipping, serve with veggies or gluten-free tortilla chips." —Lauren Harris-Pincus, M.S., R.D.N.

Get the recipe: Buffalo Shrimp Dip

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Cashew Ricotta Cheese

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Of course, we couldn't have a GF cheese roundup without a recipe for the vegans out there. This Cashew Ricotta Cheese is absolutely divine and tastes wonderful paired with gluten-free crackers or fresh vegetables and fruits. The nutty flavor gives it a unique twist.

Get the recipe: Cashew Ricotta Cheese

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