Diet not working? Here's why: The average woman consumes '146,000 unintentional calories every year'



We've all indulged in the odd piece of chocolate, biscuit or sweet that seemed so small it wasn't worth listing on diet sheet.
But these extra calories can really rake up, an investigation has found.
The average woman consumes a scale-busting 146,000 'unintentional calories' each year.
Research into women's attitudes towards health and diets has revealed the average female attempts to stick to eating an average of 1,800 calories a day.
But actually the true average number of calories being consumed is closer to 2,200.
That's 200 calories more than the government recommended daily allowance... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Health, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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