Attitude to money depends on a person's weight – scientists

Slender people are more likely to be full frugal natures. According to scientists from the University of Newcastle. Among men this pattern is observed only conditionally, in women the relationship between weight and attitude to money was much more pronounced. About it writes The Daily Mail.

The survey of 15 thousand British scientists have proved women with excess weight less save money. Note that the study took into account only scientists interested in the factors: a person's income, his marital status, weight, waist size and body fat percentage.

Apparently, the desire to maintain their body in shape affects a person's worldview. Full people tend to momentary pleasures, while slender tend to invest in the future.

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