Weight gain link to relationship changes

We're led to believe that balancing calories in with calories out is a simple way to manage our weight but a new study shows that other factors make weight management much more complex.
Aug. 22, 2011 - PRLog -- Recent research has shown that weight gain and incidence of both marriage and divorce is linked.  
The study at Ohio State University tracked the body mass indices (BMI) of male and female participants in the National Longitude Survey of Youth from 1998 to 2008.  The findings showed a clear correlation between weight gain in women after marriage and weight loss in men after divorce.
‘We can only theorise over the reasons’ said Jackie Notman, author or Diets Don’t Work.  ‘However, what is clear is that weight management is not simply a case of eating the correct number of calories to balance our energy expenditure.  Although the dieting industry bases its whole concept on this it is apparent to anybody who has weight issues that our emotions, beliefs and complete relationship with food is a complex one which needs to be addressed if we want a long term solution to weight management.’

Jackie Notman is the author of
Diets Don’t Work, available in either E-book or Kindle formats.  For more information contact Jackie Notman on 0044 7920 461574 or email jackie@fs168.co.uk. http://www.littleshopofcharms.co.uk/diets-dont-work.htm
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