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University Finds that a Happy Marriage Can Cause Unhealthy Weight Gain, Making Weight Loss Supplements Such as Prescopodene Essential to a Long, Happy Union
Date:4/22/2013

Australia (PRWEB) April 22, 2013

With a new marriage comes lots of changes and apparently one of them is weight gain. This results in an increased risk of major health issues which may threaten the life of your relationship, making weight loss supplements like Prescopodene, beneficial to helping you keep marriages healthy and strong for years to come.

In an article published by Southern Methodist University (SMU) on April 3, 2013, psychologist Andrea L. Meltzer revealed that the happier a couple was with their new marriage roles, the more likely they were to gain weight. On the contrary, those who were unhappy tended to not gain as much.

One of her assertions is that couples become less motivated to stay attractive to their partners. Basically, they’re less inclined to keep up their physical appearance because they’re essentially off the market and don’t feel the need to be in top physical shape.

This is contrary to a lot of other studies which suggest that married couples are healthier. Some of the differences, according to Meltzer, may be due to the fact that married individuals are better at taking their medications and attending yearly physicals. However, the weight gain and the negative consequences that come along with a happy union cannot be ignored when looking at how relationships affect health.

This study hopes to prompt newlyweds and people in happy relationships to think more about their weight and the importance it holds when it comes to overall health. To enjoy each other’s company for as long as possible requires being physically well. Weight loss supplements such as '/>"/>

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