Lying about what food you eat

Most women are afraid to admit they are not as healthy as they'd like to be.

Fork wrapped with a measuring tape


The number of times in a year the average woman lies about what she eats, reveals a recent British study.

How to stop bluffing:
“Most of us are afraid to admit we’re not as healthy as we could be,” says triathlete Cassandra Maximenko. “Set a realistic, measurable goal, and put it on your fridge or computer. Better yet, update your status on a social network. Telling your friends and family will hold you more accountable for your actions.”