Weight loss company Atkins conducted the study on 1,290 UK females to discover more about the effects of dieting on women’s love lives.
1 out of 4 women admitted that they put more effort into thinking about dieting and weight issues than they did thinking about their relationships.
Over ½ confessed that they thought more about food than they did about sex and more than 1/3 admitted that they thought more about food than their partner.
At the emergence of these results, Atkins chief nutritionist Linda O’Byrn reiterated the importance of incorporating a healthy diet into everyday life without it becoming the most important thing.
Results from the survey suggest that women think so much about their body image that they...