Happy and stable couples tend to put on weight. Science says

Happy and stable couples tend to put on weight. Science says

Since the time you started to have a stable relationship feel waxen fat? Or every time you did that happened to you? As science has proven true. A study from the University of Queensland in Australia found that people who are in stable, happy relationships are at higher risk of gaining weight.

The investigation found that some people gained up to 10 kilos after assuming a stable relationship.According to scientists, the problem seems to be that when we are happy in a relationship, our appetite increases.

In principle, many couples begin to know and usually frequent bars and restaurants in the first fewdates. After that period of infatuation usually they do “pecking” big dinners at home or spend weekends watching movies and eating ice cream on the sofa, for example. These liabilities, typical scenarios in many couples, and the amount of food they eat are keys weight gain.

Another key point is that happy couples and satisfied “relax” knowing that attract his or her partner not only for aesthetic reasons and this reassures them lunchtime.


According to the study there are three stages in which couples begin to gain weight: The period of relaxation following the feeling of intense infatuation, following discussions and fights and after pregnancy.


Loving couples tend to eat more of the account. E l study showed that when eaten together, are eaten on average, 35% more food than normal. In addition, the power is linked to the senses and links, which are two aspects that are stimulated when you are as a couple.

Couples who live together also fatten, especially women, because when together cook all meals,leaving aside the fact that the caloric needs of women are not the same as that of men. Many women completely change their eating habits, eating things that even before married life did not like.


Women who live with their partners also develop a distortion of the size of the portions they eat , and many of them admitted eating the same amount as your partner, or even larger portions.

Another similar study from the National Center for Biotechnology Information US (NCBI) examined the behavior of 169 couples in their marriages after four years. They measured their weight, height, marital satisfaction, stress, among other variables and reached similar conclusions

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