Lifestyle

Friends make you fat?

A new study have shown
By Helena Saadeh
March 29, 2019

Based on Reuter health, a new study pointed the finger at friends and social circles surrounding the human being as an adjunct to weight gain and obesity. The results of research at the University of Southern California said that the chances of gaining weight increase when moving to a region or social environment.

The report, published by the newspaper Daily Mail on its website, shows the impact of the social environment, and of a new environment people’s health and weight. Moving to an environment with a sedentary lifestyle is likely to result in a habit of sitting. You are affected by what people around you do. Not only that, but also friends are always up for dinners and outings and because social life is now necessary, you rarely skip. The study said that with the length of time you live in a place where you are overweight, you will increase your chances of gaining weight.

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