There you, go, though. That's elitism. Not everyone has the means to a healthy body. Poverty, illness, heredity -- these all have an affect on someone's access to health.
By saying, I find unhealthy bodies less attractive, I feel like you're doing yourself and your peers a disservice by severely limiting your empathetic capacities.
I'm poor. I'm a patient in the mental health system. And I inherited lupus and heart disease from my grandma's blood. I know there must be other artists out there who come from similar backgrounds.
I didn't auto generate the right lottery numbers to have been blessed with a healthy body. I can keep myself in any particular shape I choose by dedicating my efforts -- and that's a luxury in itself -- but I'll never have a healthy body.
Now, if you're conflating the word Unhealthy with the word Fat, though, I don't know if I can help. They're two entirely different things. If you mean you don't like fat bodies, then you're free to say, I don't like fat bodies.
Though, if that's the case, that's a lot of materialistic negativity trickling down privilege mountain. A person's wit can make their body attractive. A person's charisma, intelligence, sense of humor, zest for life, confidence, courage, empathy, faith, dedication, loyalty, strength, self love can make their body attractive.
If you think unhealthy people are unattractive, your mind is small, and your heart is drained.
If you think fat people are unattractive, your eyes are cloudy, fogged by social conditioning.
Either way, I feel like your opinions make you an entitled ass. But that's the beauty of the freedom of speech. Maybe you feel the same way about me!