There are actually such serious offenders
This would apply to magazines, websites, and the runways as well as television ads. They are basically trying to protect young, impressionable girls from being brainwashed into thinking this type of extreme weight is attractive, desirable, or at it's worst, a new "acceptable" standard. There are actually such serious offenders as websites that have the gall to promote thinness and anorexia as well as the eating disorder bulimia by offering tips and hints to those that suffer these horrible, life destroying disease, to get themselves into smaller sizes and get their weight down. Spain has actually already banned ultra thin models from the runways after they became concerned that models in Spain, where models were traditionally envied for their more curvy, Louis Vuitton Canada healthy bodies started shrinking more and more. They instituted the ban on especially skinny models by saying that you had to have a certain BMI, or body fat mass index, in order to be able to strut your stuff on the professional fashion runways. I've actually seen some of the pictures of the models that were able to walk the runways prior to this issue being brought to the national forefront, and they really do look sickly. It's hard to imagine that any of them ate more than 800 calories per day, which is well below the standard accepted 1500 or so, especially for these women who typically must be five foot nine or taller to model clothes, that's well under the calorie allowance they should be consuming.