The art of improving our body image

Here’s the thing.

86 per cent of Australian women say they will cancel plans, job interviews or other engagements because they’re aren’t happy with the way they look.

A global study for a well-known body care product interviewed more than 10,500 women and girls, candidates were aged between 10 and 60 and from 13 countries around the world.

It seems we are on par with the UK, only 20 per cent of our beautiful Australian sisters admit to having high self esteem.

92 per cent of Japanese women do not like the way they looked.

Our hearts are heavy.

The trick video series aims to come at issues differently.

In this chat, we speak to nutritionist, lecturer Meg Thompson about a simple way to reframe our relationship with food.

“I think it’s really important to have a connection and know where food comes from,” she explains in this chat with Martine Harte.

Meg is embarking on her Masters in Public Health, writing another book and lighting up the world in general.

Contact her here. 

Subscribe to hear more about the trick : over the next few weeks we are speaking about feminism with some of the country’s most influential voices.

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Be inspired by our beautiful library of women which is collected by The National Library of Australia to be preserved for future generations by popping across here. 

Learn more about the The Dove Global Beauty and Confidence Report or scroll down to view more Meg and Martine chats.

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Martine Harte is founder of Engaging Women, a platform for social good.
She is a dedicated voice in the advancement of women & girls. Contact

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