Health Food Mag Makes a Thin Model Appear Fat

by Savitha C Muppala on  May 17, 2010 at 11:36 PM General Health News
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Holland and Barrett, one of the eminent health brands, is facing criticism for altering the body shape of a model on its magazine cover to give her a fuller look.
 Health Food Mag Makes a Thin Model Appear Fat
Health Food Mag Makes a Thin Model Appear Fat

The use of such retouching in a health magazine will raise concerns that the magazine industry is simply ignoring the 'size-zero' issue, reports the Telegraph.he incident was brought up during a round-table debate on the issue of retouching earlier this month, hosted by the model agency Leni's Model Management and attended by photographers, magazine editors and models including Jodie Kidd.

During the debate, Jane Druker, the editor of Healthy magazine, admitted that Kamilla Wladyka, the model who features in the April issue, was so thin in real life that her image was radically retouched before appearing on the cover.

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