Eating alone can boost your risk of high blood pressure and cholesterol
Jan 07, 2018 10:02 PM EST | By Staff Reporter
Would you believe cooking for one can increase your risk of developing high blood pressure or high cholesterol? Yes, eating alone is bad for you, particularly if you’re a man.
Men increase their risk of developing obesity by nearly half.
This, however, doesn’t apply to women whose risk stays pretty much the same whether they eat alone or with other people.
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