A research conducted by the University of Michigan showed that a partner can give a big hand in changing the diet of men. However, most men admitted to have followed the advise given by their partner to consume a healthy diet to avoid fights.
“Men are usually appreciative with his wife or girlfriend to help them become healthier. But unfortunately they are not able to tell the truth if they are actually less happy with the treatment,” explained study leader Derek Griffith, assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health , according to Timehealthland.
Many men admit that they rely on their partners to get healthy food. But this would make them increase their desire to have junk food outside their homes.
Griffith suggested the need for communication about healthy food choices among couples. Most wives changes the food menu without consulting her husband.
“Men in particular do not eat as healthy as women. Married couples should discuss in pairs to change the pattern of healthy eating,” he added.Recent search: couple eating, Couples eating foodTagged with: