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Out with the diet, in with the lifestyle


Out with the diet, in with the lifestyle
The Baylor Lariat

In today's society, people are pressured to comply with social expectations of being skinny, athletic and beautiful.Society tends to judge people's beauty by their physical appearance or how many likes they get on an Instagram posts. With all the

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