Women take food over sex
Women are more likely to obsess over what they eat than when next they'll have sex, says a study conducted by Atkins Diet.
The study asked 1290 women who were on diets to answer a survey about their attitudes towards dieting and how it affected their relationships.
One in four women even admitted to considering their diet more important than their relationship, while one in three said they thought about their diet more than they did their partner.
Just over half said they thought about food more than they did sex and one in ten is sure they'd feel guiltier about straying from their diet than cheating on their partner.
Linda O'Byrne, Atkins chief nutritionist told the UK Press Association that dieting should become part of one's lifestyle rather than dominating one's thoughts.
While the majority said they were motivated by getting a beach body, one in seven said they'd gone on diet because of unkind comments about their weight.