Sixty-three-percent of American women would rather lose one-thousand dollars than put on 20 pounds overnight, according to a new survey from the International Food Information Council.
Men appeared to be slightly less worried about weight gain -- only 48-percent said they'd rather give up some cash than gain weight. Sudden changes in weight seem to be a matter on people's minds across the board.
Fifty-six-percent of respondents said they were trying to lose weight at the time the survey was conducted, and 38-percent said they are either always or often thinking about their calorie consumption. Only four out of ten said they believed they had "complete control" over their weight.
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