Women more think about their dieting and food than relationship and sex.
A new research has revealed that most of the women are concentrating more on diet than relationship with their partners and in the same way they have more concentration on food than sex.
The study, carried out by weightloss company Atkins, also found one in 10 women would feel guiltier straying from their diet than being unfaithful to their partner and the survey included 1,290 women in U.K and revealed that as how their higher attitude towards diet affected their relationships.
During the study, at least one in four women showed and admitted that they have more concentraton on diet than relationships with their partner.
More than 37.5 percent of the women admitted that they are having more concentration on diet than the relationship with their partners and out of 37.5 percent, 54 percent of them are having more thoughts in their food more than sex.
Atkins chief nutritionist, Linda O’Byrne, said dieting should become part of a person’s every day lifestyle and not something people are constantly thinking about.