82% of the Spanish dieted last year

 

 

 


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According to a study* carried out for Siken, 98% of respondents ensure that diets have been missed and sweet foods are the greatest loss in “sin” for 48%

The summer is approaching and the bikini operation is set in motion to lose those kilos of more that prevent the desired figure on the beach or pool. But dieting is not always an easy task and currently, it is practically impossible to find people who have not ever settled in their lives. This is what reflects the perception survey carried out for the weight control reference mark, Siken, on the occasion of the launch of its range of Substitutes Plus with Collagen, where it stands out that 100% of the Spaniards claims to have dieted sometime in their life and a 82% it did during last year in one (43%), two (22%or more than two occasions (11%) and without forgetting those who claim to live permanently on a diet (6%).

 

The findings of the survey reveal that only the 37% of respondents declares to have successfully completed their diet. On the contrary, the 25% Makes sure he hasn't and a 38% He says he did it halfway.

Sin or not sin, that's the point. “When you are on a diet it is frequent that, at times, the will force abandons us and commits some other excess.” Under this item, the results indicate the 98% of the Spaniards has ever jumped the diet. One of these “pecadores” is that 43% confirms to have missed the diet many times, one 45% do it sometime on special occasions and 10% I did but very rarely. Venta de Minerales

When dieting, the Spaniards are lost in sweet foods and this is manifested by the 48% of the respondents. Salt foods are a temptation to 19% and bread for 11%. Giving a whim between hours means perdition for a 22% of the population.

The 48% Of the Spaniards it is clear that the reason he puts himself on a diet is because he wants to take away the kilitos that are left in front of the summer. Another time of the year that causes ravages in the body is Christmas, so 26% of the respondents states that after the excesses he does at this time of the year, he needs to recover his usual food and figure. The 34% decides to diet because it really is overweight and considers it necessary, while the 22% claims to have a health problem that forces him to take control of his weight.

Currently, there are substitute food products, such as Siken, that help lower calorie consumption by replacing one or two main meals of the day according to the desired goal, maintaining or losing weight respectively*, combining a balanced diet with an increase in physical activity.

When asking the respondents if they have tested the substitute products for dieting, a 60% confirms to have done it while the rest denies it.

In addition to contributing to losing or maintaining weight*, some replacement products recently launched as the Plus Siken substitutive range contain other interesting ingredients, such as collagen, which helps to take care of yourself on the outside.

*Online survey for Faes Farma by the Cint market research company in March 2022. Sample: 500 people.

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82% of the Spanish dieted last year

82% of the Spanish dieted last year

According to a study* carried out for Siken, 98% of respondents ensure that diets have been missed and sweet foods are the greatest loss in “sin” for 48%

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2023-04-11

 

82% of the Spanish dieted last year
82% of the Spanish dieted last year

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