Anyone who's seen an Instagram feed knows that social media is full of weight loss before-and-after photos. But these images typically showcase only one element of what it's like to lose weight. So a lot of Instagrammers are coming forward to share that when you lose weight, a lot goes on with your body—and some of it isn't necessarily well understood. One of the things these women want to raise awareness about? Loose skin.
Six women drop their clothes for a daring nude photo shoot after shedding 25 STONE
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By Sarah Fitzmaurice For Mailonline. There aren't many women who would relish the prospect of a naked photoshoot. But after shedding more than 25 stone between them, six women have showed off their newfound body confidence by shedding their clothes to appear in the nude. Proving that beauty isn't defined by age or size, the women range from year-old Ruth, through to year-old Elaine. Scroll down for video. Six brave women stripped off to appear in a naked photoshoot after collectively shedding more than 25 stone.
9 Before-and-After Photos That Show Weight Is Just a Number
Especially scrolling through Instagram where all you see are before-and-after photos documenting just how many pounds were shed to get those toned stomachs and sculpted arms. Keep going girls," wrote powerlifter and mom of four Adrienne Osouna. With this side-by-side photo of the progress she made with weightlifting, she makes an important point: The number on the scale doesn't measure muscle gain and definition. Fitness 'grammer Teagen says "screeewwwwww the scale" and we agree.
The Islamic Revolution of brought seismic changes to Iran, not least for women. One area that has come under scrutiny is the way women dress and wear their hair - the old Shah, in the s, banned the veil and ordered police to forcibly remove headscarves. But in the early s, the new Islamic authorities imposed a mandatory dress code that required all women to wear the hijab. Here are some images showing what life was like for Iranian women before the institution of clerical rule, and how it has changed since.