Dieting can be pretty antisocial.  It's harder to go out for dinner, it's harder to go to parties . . . and it's hard because you might be making the people around you feel like LAZY SLOBS.  So this makes a lot of sense.

 

A new study found that for every seven pounds you lose on a diet, you ALSO lose one FRIEND.

 

The study included more than 2,500 people who dieted in the past 18 months . . . and 81% said they'd lost at least one friend in the process.

 

65% said they'd lost a friend because the friend was jealous . . . and 53% said they'd lost a friend because the lifestyle changes they made during the diet drove them apart.

 

But . . . it's a sacrifice almost ALL of them would make again.  92% say losing weight made a, quote, "significant positive impact" on their life . . . regardless of the friends they lost. 

 

(Daily Mail)

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