Dieting Trumps Sex, Career, and TV. Really?

Feeling fat. Nearly a third of Americans confess to being self-conscious about their bodies.

Feeling Sexy. A majority of Americans (66 percent) who say they need to lose weight to feel sexier than they currently do, think it will take an average of 23 pounds of weight loss for this to happen.

Diet Trumps Sex. More than half (52 percent) of American women would take a summer without sex over gaining 10 pounds; a quarter of American men (25 percent) said they would make the same sacrifice

Diet trumps Career. More Americans would prefer to shed 10 to 20 pounds this summer (25 percent) than get promoted at work (20 percent).

Diet trumps TV. Almost three out of four Americans (73 percent) are willing to give up television, their cell phones or their computers for a  flat tummy this beach season.

via fooducate (one of my favorite blogs).

Dieting Trumps Sex, Career, and TV. Really?