One in eight women lie to themselves about how healthy they really are

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One in eight women lie to themselves about how healthy they really are

Millions of women spend more time thinking about health than doing anything about it.
 
That’s according to new research released today which shows women spend much more energy thinking and talking about trying to improve their health without actually going about it.
 
The study by Bioglan found while 80 per cent say they think about leading a healthy lifestyle on a daily basis and more than a third admit they spend more time thinking about improving themselves than actually doing anything about it.
 
The research showed that the majority of women have the best intentions and think about new healthier options everyday - but millions admit that’s as far as they get when it comes to improving their wellbeing.
 
To talk about how to put these good intentions into action was nutritionist, Natasha Corrett.

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