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19 September 2011

Love, marriage and weight gain

Many people, particularly women, find that weight gain appears to be an inevitable consequence of falling in love and tying the knot. DietDoc takes a look at the possible causes.

Many people, particularly women, find that weight gain appears to be an inevitable consequence of falling in love and tying the knot. DietDoc takes a look at the possible causes.



“Love and Marriage, go together like a Horse and Carriage” according to a song made popular by Frank Sinatra long ago. Alas many people, particularly women, find that weight gain also appears to be an inevitable consequence of falling in love and tying the knot. Puzzled readers often ask me what has happened to the slim figures they had when they walked down the aisle and what they can do to stop gaining more and more weight as the anniversaries role on. 

a) The Post-Courting Rebound Effect

 
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