Rowan Blanchard has the best concept of "dieting" that we've ever heard. The Girl Meets World star spoke out in a new interview to say that dieting shouldn't be an all-consuming thing that's about changing your appearance to look a certain way – and no one should feel like they're not allowed to have any indulgences, especially as growing teens.
"Someone recently asked if I had any dieting tips for other teenage girls," Rowan told Elle. "I mean, come on. I don't diet! I'm thirteen! Nobody my age should be dieting or trying to change themselves because society says so. And seriously, I'm thirteen! The only 'dieting tip' I have is, like, 'If you don't order fries, you'll probably be mad.'"
We second that!
Although following a mostly-healthy dietary plan to some degree is necessary for everyone, Rowan shared that she gets angered when people her about her weight or body's appearance, – especially since harsh words can harm other girls' perceptions of themselves.
"It's inappropriate on so many levels. That makes other girls hate themselves or have eating disorders," she said. "We have to change all this."
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