Focusing on food you can't eat will only increase emotional eating.'You don't have to cut out cheese to lose weight.

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(Eating that little is part of what made gain weight, I was starving my body.)'The second photograph was taken during a trip to Hawaii with her musician boyfriend which she described as the 'capstone' of her body confidence journey.

In an interview with Yahoo Beauty, Hannah revealed that the first photograph was taken while she was living overseas aged 20 and that she had recently lost a considerable amount of weight.

Hannah Foster from Sacramento, California, posted the images, one taken in 2012 and one in April, on Instagram earlier this month.

In the accompanying caption, she explained to her followers that the first was taken after a 100lb weight loss and when she was at her skinniest after years of dieting.

Ms Cohen said she wanted to reassure women who may have experienced feelings of guilt that eating cheese does not link to weight gain.'I want women to hear the message that we don't have to feel like cheese is a "sometimes" food - it should be an "everyday" food,' she said.

'Women spend too much time worrying about the food they tell themselves they can't eat.To start things off, I can tell you that one of the things that guys will talk about is who we think is a hot chick.I can also tell you that men have a wide range of what they consider to be an ideal weight and their “type” of woman.I have read and heard countless times that guys prefer women with curves and more meat on their bones but I’m starting to wonder about that.I have some super skinny friends who are considered really hot and always get hit on and then there are celebs who are super skinny, like Olivia Wilde and Megan Fox (she supposedly has a 23 inch waist!She posts her images under the #bopo hashtag which stands for body positive, an online movement to boost confidence and do away with body image stereotypes.