Being in a Relationship Makes You Gain Weight, According to Study

Apparently, there is something about being a relationship that all relationships have in common: Gaining weight! A new study found that the average weight gain on a study conducted on 2,000 people is 17 pounds...in the first year alone! So what's the reason for this "love weight" gain? 

Well, researchers concluded that the weight gain is due largely in part to all the eating out people do during the first year of dating. 

Another reason for the weight gain is that people get comfortable after being with a partner after a while. This means the pressure to look your best fly out the window. You can check out more info on the study plus the 9 top reasons people gain weight in a relationship here!

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