WOMEN eat more unhealthy foods and tend to put on weight when they move in with a male partner, according to a new report by the University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
On the other hand, a mans diet tends to become healthier when he starts cohabiting with a female partner - and her influence has a long-term positive impact.
The reason for the change in dietary habits, say experts, is that both partners try to please each other during the honeymoon period at the start of a cohabiting relationship, by adjusting their routine to suit their partner and eating food that he or she likes.
Dr Amelia Lake | alfa
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