Couples Who Diet Together, Stay Together

Do you and your partner eat the same way? If not, maybe you should start -- because a new survey found that couples who eat healthy together are more likely to stay together than partners who have differing views on diet. The survey found that 95 percent of respondents who make an effort to eat healthy are also in a relationship with someone who prioritizes healthy food. And 60 percent of those who are on a specific diet changed their eating habits to match their partner's. The survey also looked at relationship satisfaction based on the type of diet couples followed. The couples that ranked highest in satisfaction were those who followed a vegetarian diet and a Mediterranean diet. (Pop Sugar)

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