How Much Weight Will You Gain After Marriage?

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Matrimony can make you comfortable. Unlike single women, married women are no longer on the prowl. They may not get bikini waxes every month, and it’s very likely they’re not hitting the gym every week.

Love pounds are extra cushion for the pushin’ and here’s science proving it!

According to Social Science and Medicine, married people gain an average of 4.5 after jumping the broom.

The Medical Daily reported the study tested over 10,000 people throughout Europe and the U.K. and found single people are way skinnier than married lovers.

But the change isn’t that drastic so don’t freak out just yet!

Men’s BMI went from 25.7 to 26.3 and women’s increased from 25.1 to 25.6. So if you’re prepping for nupitals, expect to pack on a few pounds. Hey, you deserve it!

The study said married folks work out less, but on the flip side they’re eating healthier, according to research.

Jutta Mata, lead author of the study says, “Men in longtime relationships are more likely to eat more consciously, and in turn, probably more healthily.”

Married couples are into organic foods and they’re avoiding Chipotle runs, the smarty pants say. This is likely because couples feel all domesticated after marriage. They’re cooking and making fab meals together while single folks are out hanging into the wee hours of the AM, and hitting up bodegas for Mike’s Hard Lemonade and Slim Jims. Oh, maybe that’s just me?

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