• Health Magazines deceive readers with Photoshop

    Filed under LIVER HEALTH CARE
    Nov 30

    The fact that the magazine Healthy company “End Holland Barrett» (Holland & Barrett) was caught at fraud with images turned out to be just the tip of aysberga. “She was so skinny that put these photos on the cover of the magazine there was no way,” – said Jane. But to bring this process to an absurdity, injuring the psyche and the fate of people is unacceptable. Eti images can be called “Before and After. First, the thinness is not synonymous with health, but rather the opposite. Direktor organization that studies nutritional disorders, Susan Ringwood said that this practice is unacceptable for several reasons. But this “size zero” is considered the standard, ideal for which to seek millions of women. The Director Eleni Renton modeling agency believes that the mere fact that retouching of images for such publications – a sign of ill health. And what about other publications? Jane Drucker has promised that more of this in practice, it will never be the log. Skinny models, balancing on the verge of anorexia are a perversion, which is issued by the norm. Renton. Earlier the magazine was criticized for being promoted abnormally thin people as ideal models. The fact that her image was changed using a computer program. Who can say how many of our girls who are victims of this brainwashing, lost their health, freshness and charm of youth, the natural behavior and the joy of life? Show this kind was impossible. Her bones stuck out, legs and arms were no thicker than matches, and overall it looked very unhealthy. Under pressure from the experts, the chief editor of Healthy (which, recall, promotes “health and welfare”), Jane Drucker admitted that really the image of Camille Lord was thoroughly retouched. Redaktor Jane Drucker took criticism and made further recognition. When harmony is issued for a painful thinness, it’s not a prank and not a small thing. Thus, in the subconscious mind and introduced an unattainable ideal, the pursuit of which brings international companies pribyli.

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