The SuperTracker at ChooseMyPlate provides comprehensive reports on a user’s nutritional needs and successes.
No, calorie counting is not my thing.
I just posted about it. But while researching for that post, I found the SuperTracker at ChooseMyPlate.gov and the curiosity was too much.
All of a sudden I have a profile and I’m entering my breakfast information.
But it’s amazing! And soooooooo much more than a calorie counter.
I set any 5 goals from 5 categories: weight managment, physical activity, calories, food groups and nutrients. Daily, I get to watch a graph display my progress on each goal, and when I succeed at one, I get an email.
This woman is oiled up and barely covered on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine.
The objectification of women? Media and men catch the blame for this one.
The last time I walked down a magazine aisle, the magazines edited by and targeted for females had scantily-clad, made-up and exposed women on their covers. And they are the most successfully sold.
Do media present us with images that we adopt, or do media present us with images that we demand and reinforce? Do we expect a company to tank to avoid objectifying women?
Plus, men are always blamed. It’s always men that objectify women. Walk around. Women are hanging all out there. You think people (not just horny men) aren’t going to look?
Women are responsible for objectifying themselves.