Eating psychology coach, Jenny Berk from Boston,shares her tips on how to set yourself up for a path of body-positivity, love and acceptance.
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Anthon, 28, from Wales, now lives in Barcelona and is working on different projects and releasing a website early next year. He loves to travel and is working on a way to use social media as a platform to encourage change on issues close to his heart.
Loren from London has been through years of bullying, and still deals with trolls both in real life and online. She's also the proud daughter of a 6ft6 beast of a man and comes from a long line of big, fabulous women.
A few months ago, Amy was diagnosed with an 'unspecified' eating disorder. Not fitting into the usual box of what someone with an eating disorder looks like, she now shares her experiences to raise awareness of the not 'commonly known' eating disorders, to help others who might find themselves in a similar situation.
Blogger and curve model Lauren Nicole has experienced pressure to conform to unrealistic beauty ideals and body dysmorphia from a young age. She's now a body positive activist and shares her story in support of the Be Real campaign.
Krishna Mistry tells the Be Real Campaign why she made the move into modelling and how this has helped her overcome negativity about her body...