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‘Fit Mom’ Maria Kang apologizes for the normalization of the unnatural beauty standard, ” and after the removal of the breast implants.

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One of the popular fitness coach, and a mommy blogger is apologizing for the normalization of the unnatural body-the standard”, with her breast implants.

Maria Kang, also known as “Fit Mom,” was originally made headlines back in 2013 with a controversial social media post, which featured a photo of herself and her three children, along with a message in the ask followers what their “excuse” was for not.

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“I was stuck in a social media world where fake build will be rewarded, ‘liked’ and appreciated. I was worried that my husband’s opinion.”

— Maria Kang

Since then, Kang made a career out of promoting exercise and health as a first priority, in spite of the challenges of a busy mom, wife and business owner.

One of the aspects of its online presence, which is still a problem with her, but her breast implants.

On Tuesday, she took to social media to address the issue, along with the reasons for it, it will eventually have to have the implants removed.

“I don’t want to have regrets, but I do have a couple more in the life,” Kang wrote, in part. “I remember the day that I made the decision to enlarge my breasts is clear. I didn’t study. I never thought about needing it or wanting it. However, when I told him that it was something I had to do in order to win, I did it,” said Ho, who told Yahoo Lifestyle, she was competing in beauty pageants at the time.

“A part of me died that day.”

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Kang went on to explain that she often thought of getting them removed, because they may have contributed to her problems with eating disorders and body dysmorphia, but for her career and family life distracted her from getting the surgery.

“That’s all, sorry, that was for sure. The truth is, I was still scared and unsure,” she admitted.

“I was stuck in a social media world where fake build will be rewarded, ‘liked’ and appreciated. I was worried that my husband’s opinion. I liked how I looked in clothes and a bathing suit. I was to be in vain. And I can do this.”

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As Kang states in her blog in June, and have problems with fatigue, discomfort, and even palpitation of the heart, eventually managed to convince her to take some action, and she underwent an operation at the end of May.

On Tuesday, the post office, she apologized for her on-line “presence” prior to the opening of the struggle with her implants.

“I’m sorry for my presence, subconsciously, and for the normalization of a non-natural body is, by default, does not show that my issues with body image, and are not strong enough to unfix few years ago,” she said.

“I hope that my vulnerability will encourage you to keep your body and spirits, that hold their body. I hope that you are aware of that all of the filters in the body, it will change the apps, fillers, and fake parts of the body, you will not be better than you are right now.”

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Michelle Gant contributed to this report.

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