Monday, November 12, 2012

FROM A MAN’S VIEWPOINT-HOW COUPLES THINK AND FEEL ABOUT THEIR WEIGHT

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When it comes to their weight, men spend less time thinking about it—until their health is negatively affected, as with a diagnosis of high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, or diabetes. Men also appear to have fewer emotional connections with their weight. Why?
Weight Watchers research suggests that men are more likely to see their excess weight as a matter of genetics or the way they were fed grow- ing up. In other words, men tend to see their weight as inevitable, not something to be ashamed of.
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