The truth about men, women and food | Life and style | The Observer:
Nutritionist Yvonne Bishop-Weston In the Observer Magazine on the Psychology of eating and gender - men, women and food.
"Bishop-Weston sees gender differences less in how people eat, more in how they think about their diets. 'Women have more emotional attachments to food – due to media pressure they attach guilt to carbs and saturated fats, and often feel a responsibility to eat healthily in a way that men don't,' she says. 'Interestingly, though, I see a trend towards 'effort' that spans and unites the sexes. People are becoming more receptive to things that take longer. People are looking for an identity with their food."
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