Study: Most women try to maintain healthy lifestyle

05/15/2011 | United Press International

Seventy-three percent of 616 women said they make efforts to keep a healthy diet, exercise regularly and maintain an overall healthy lifestyle, while 26% reported they make little to no effort to have a healthy lifestyle, researchers said. The Wellness Scorecard study also found that 58% of women avoid less healthful foods, such as those rich in cholesterol and fats, but about 35% of them reported eating more of such foods than they should.

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