British women are in a constant state of confusion when it comes to their health and well-being, according to a new study.
Researchers took an in depth look at how the nation’s women feel about the health messages and advice they receive.
According to the study, women feel bombarded on a daily basis with conflicting health messages, leaving a staggering 81 percent feeling baffled by an information overload.
Whether a glass of wine is bad for you, whether it’s better to eat a low carb or a low fat diet and if expensive anti-ageing creams really work, have emerged among a list of things modern women find the most confusing.
How much water to drink a day, whether you can drink any alcohol when you’re pregnant and whether or not to cut out bread completely and avoid red meat are also sources of daily confusion.
Almost two-thirds of women (63 percent) confess they are at their wits end about the right thing to do in regards to their health, wellbeing and body – with 88 percent saying they wish someone would just give it to them straight.
The poll reveals that friends and doctors are the number one go-to advice givers (51 percent) suggesting UK women trust both equally.