Saturday, September 1, 2018

Insta Scoop: Iza Calzado Shares Her Insights on Plus-size Model and Her Journey as an Obese Teen



Images courtesy of Instagram: missizacalzado

45 comments:

  1. anong project ni Iza ngayon? very classy at magaling umarte to pero parang nawalan na ng ganap.

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    1. Ngayon at Kailanman

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    2. sabi ni mareng Iza panoorin mo daw ang Ngayon at Kailanman every night ,siya si Rebecca/Reba dun...ang ang babangon at mandudurog

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    3. Npakaganda kya ng Ngayon at kailanman. Bawat eksena aabangan mo.

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    4. That cover sends the wrong message if it’s promoting that it’s ok to be morbidly obese.

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    5. Maganda nga Ngayon at Kailanman 12:28. Akala ko d ko ito panunuorin pero infairness, na-hook ako.

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    6. biglang gusto ko ng atsara.

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    7. 7:33 Anong role ni Iza dun?

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  2. Ang ingay sa tenga ng english ni Iza

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  3. Haay naku. Simple lang gawin natin. Stay away from junk, greasy, fast foods. Eat more veggies mga beshie. And mind our own business. 😁

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    1. simple ba yun? eh ang mahal ng mga veggies atbp na pampapayat..mas mura pa mga nasa fastfood and junkfoods.

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    2. full of excuses 8:31?

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    3. 8:31, mas mahal po ang magkasakit. Kung blessed kayo ng healthy genes, alagaan niyo. Take this as a well-meaning advice from someone who has really bad genes (accdg.to our doctor).

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  4. Eh sa hindi naman talaga healthy si Ateng Tess. Kanya kanyang trip lang yan basta ako ayaw ko maging mataba.

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  5. Morbidly obese is a big big no.

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  6. For me, it’s sending the wrong message na to be obese is ok and that person should celebrate it. I know that there are medical or whatever reasons why some people are obese, but like Iza, she did her best to get past obesity. Sana ganun yung message na iparating ng mga ganitong size na they’re doing something and yung changes or success stories nila ang ishare and celebrate nila.

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  7. I’m in for all different shapes of beauty pero yung morbid obese bilang nagwork sa healthcare that’s never a good thing kase yung predisposition to DM2, CVD and HPN. Hindi ako hater tlgang madaming co-morbidity ang obesity kaya I’m not advocating it.

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    1. I agree with you. I’m overweight myself, and I’m doing my best to fight it. It’s hard but it’s doable.

      Tess isn’t just overweight. She’s morbidly obese. It’s very unhealthy. This sends the wrong message, and Iza should know better.

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    2. I was 15 kilo heavier almost 4 years ago. I worked hard to lose the weight. Eating healthy most of the time. I started running. Planning to join the half marathon in october and hopefully run the marathon in Paris next year!😁 Nag overachieve pa ako sa goal weight ko.

      5:31 kayang kaya mo yan girl. Grabe yung feeling pag na achieve mo na yung goal mo. You’ll be happier and more confident of yourself!💪🏼

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    3. True. Iba naman ang pleasingly plump or may konting bilbil sa morbidly obese. It's not healthy and should not be celebrated

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    4. Thanks 4:26! :)

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    5. Dapat ikaw ang nasa Cosmo 4:26! You're an inspiration!

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    6. 4:26 congrats on the progress alam kong hindi yan madali pero masaya ako you got your life back

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  8. Di yung health? But yung confidence ang sine celebrate? wow.

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  9. The commenter makes a lot of sense.

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    1. Masarap din makabasa ng comment from netizen na may sense at hindi basta makabash lang.

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  10. Iza is right, its the confidence and not the size that’s celebrated here. We know how difficult it is for fat people to gain confidence. Yes its not healthy, but this is Cosmo and not Women’s Health so calm down you guys!

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    1. So kapag hindi health magazine e hindi na responsible to send the correct / better message?

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    2. You don’t make sense. So just because it’s Cosmo, it’s okay to be unhealthy?

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  11. Hay naku Iza, be glad you didn't see it when you were an obese teen. You'd be a morbidly obese adult now.

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  12. It's not good to see its horrified. Be real no wants to see a magazine cover that's full of body fats.#satruelang

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  13. I am not for body shaming pero grabe naman... obesity is never good and should not be promoted. I have taken care of morbidly obese patients and kasama ng bigat ng katawan nila eh ang haba ng kanilang medical history.... Stay fit and healthy everyone.

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    1. True. I used to weigh 240 pounds last year at umakyat lang ng hagdan namin pagod na ang lola mo agad. Kaya i worked on myself, now i'm at 170, di pa ideal weight but i'm getting there. Narealize ko kasi mahal ko pala sarili ko. Haha

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    2. 2:50 kaya siguro confidence muna dapat and then improving on yourself and losing weight will follow

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  14. You're all misunderstanding the message here, it's celebrating confidence that despite and inspite of "fat" people being shamed and ridiculed, they are able to face the world with much confidence and not just dwell in their houses and stay a couch potato. But that doesn't mean, they are promoting obesity because they/we are aware of unhealthy we had been hence, we gained too much weight; and we are open about wanting to be and live healthy. But losing it is the hard part because we have different metabolism, genes and hormones. Some people Lose weight easily but some don't. However hard they work out or eat healthy, they just can't achieve that supposed "ideal" body. The important thing is, we want to address a problem here and won't stay being bullied just because we have weight issues. When a person is confident, Motivation comes next.

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    1. “When a person is confident, Motivation comes next.”

      If they already have the confidence and the motivation, why are they still obese? Your statement doesn’t make any sense.

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    2. A friend is morbidly obese and lost 6 kls on the first month, 4 kls on the second, a total of 10 kls, due to moderate eating and healthy options. Also, a lil cardio at least three times a week. What motivated him? I lost 4 inches on my waist in a month due to moderate eating and healthier food, no rice and junk, minimal sugar, and a lil cardio here and there, only when I have time. See, exercise is only 20% (for people who complain that they don't have time). Eighty percent goes to diet. And for those who say na mahal ang healthy, I eat pechay, kung anong in season, legumes, banana, no rice. I didn't opt for excuses. I skipped soda, fruit juices, doughnuts, junk, etc. Water lang. From 37" waistline to 33" now. In two months. Self-control lang and self-discipline. Ang hina na ng metabolism ko and trabaho ko laging nakaupo. Lahi pa namin ang tataba kung hahayaan. Yes, not good genes. But trust me, only the first week is difficult. After that, magaadjust na stomach mo sa moderate consumption.

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    3. Tess has been celebrating confidence for many years now. There are people who find it difficult to lose weight - me included. But it does not mean you just give up and stay obese and get fatter and fatter.

      Look at Melissa McCarthy. Ashley Graham. Adele. Dapat yang mga yan ang kino-cover because they're big but they're clearly doing something about it.

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  15. Mali si Iza. Nobody should celebrate obesity because it’s a serious health problem. Don’t equate confidence with a health problem, find within yourself to find a remedy to find a solution.

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    1. But she's not celebrating obesity or size. She's celebrating confidence.

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    2. True, she is confused and confusing.

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  16. Sarap basahin ng responses ni Iza. Yung continuous perfect grammar with sense. Love her. 💜

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