bodies: February 2011 Archives

275x250.jpgThe average person will pile on over half a stone in the first year of a new relationship, research has revealed.

And if you think that's bad, couples are likely to gain one stone and four pounds EACH after ten blissful years together.
Three quarters of the 3,000 adults polled admitted to putting on weight when they are in a happy relationship.
And a quarter of people went as far as to say they knew they had had 'let themselves go' after meeting their current partner.

While many women have been horrified by the not altogether odd news, most men just say there is now more of them to love.

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