As the Christmas party season approaches, 60 per cent of women will start a diet regime to get their body in shape in order to get into their glitzy outfits.
Researchers have highlighted today as the beginning of Christmas Party Diets throughout the country.
The study has also found that about 58 per cent of women intend to lose some weight prior to their office party to ensure they are looking just fine best.
However, they are facing a rough few weeks as the report shows that the average dieter wishes to lose around 10lbs by the beginning of the festive season.
A spokesperson for British Lion eggs, which undertook the research, stated that eggs for breakfast can help women stay slim.
Britons quite ironically like to detox prior to drinking big time during the Christmas period.
Cutting food out purely is not the solution. The best way to lose weight is to eat three balanced meals a day, especially breakfast.
Research demonstrates that eating eggs for breakfast can enable you to keep feeling fuller for more time and thus help weight management.
71 per cent of us eat a healthy balanced diet to lose the pounds, with nearly 1 in 10 of us skipping the odd meal altogether.
A further 4 per cent of us leaves breakfast out from our daily routine.
The survey of 3,000 women highlighted that 14 per cent even purchase their party outfit in a size they know is too small in the hope they are going fit into it by the time the big event arrives.
However, 50 per cent plus have had to buy an emergency outfit after not succeeding to lose the weight in time.
Given the hard work which goes into getting into shape for Christmas parties, 21 per cent of those who usually diet in the build up to Christmas stated that they usually put the weight straight back on during the festive period.
A further 17 per cent stated that they have often returned to their pre-diet size once the New Year has been seen in.
Most women (62 per cent) diet in the run-up to Christmas, while 56 per cent state they want to lose weight anyway and think Christmas is a great target to aim for.
More than 10 per cent admit they diet to impress a man at the Christmas party.
Many Women Start Christmas Diets Now
Tue, 10 Nov 2009
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