Relationships making us fat
How much weight did you gain in your last relationship?
A new study claims the average woman’s weight fluctuates by up to two stone during a relationship.
According to www.slendex.com, many of us lose weight at the beginning of a relationship, then gain weight again as we become more ‘comfortable’. After that, there’s a quick diet pre-wedding, weight gain if we getpregnant, weight loss again afterwards and then possibly more weight loss when our children get older and we have more time to dedicate to our appearance.
Despite the obvious generalisations, more than 3,000 women took part in the survey and 70% of those agreed it was their relationship which contributed most to theirwellbeing(25% thought their partner would no longer fancy them if they put on weight).
‘Ouremotionsand relationships have an enormous effect on our health and above all our weight,’ Slendex’s Jane McCadden said.
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