Grazia Middle East has banned weight-loss coverage, and Jameela Jamil has something to say about it

"This is HUGE," acknowledges the actress, activist and body-positivity advocate
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Grazia Middle East has banned weight-loss coverage, and Jameela Jamil has something to say about it

When Grazia Middle East became the first fashion magazine to ban weight loss and diet coverage, the decision won the support of the strongest voices in the body-positivity movement worldwide including Jameela Jamil, founder of the I Weigh community and plus-size model and Denise Bidot. 

"To be a contributor to making a big fashion magazine declare an end to discussing weight and diets with women, is so cooooool," Jameela told her 2.2 million followers on Instagram. 

According to Editor in Chief Alison Tay, "I'm so moved that our Body Positivity issue's resonated with those who continue to fight the hardest for it around the world. I'm proud to be a pioneer and I'm committed to changing the game for the Grazia community in the Middle East and beyond." 

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