Differences between women and men in dating habits
The reason we looked at consumption and risky behaviors was to see if there was a statistically significant difference between men and women and if there is this information could be used by health educators to target interventions, says Shiferaw.
When is comes to the differences between men and women the list is endless.
The findings come from the most recent population survey of the Foodborne Disease Active Surveillance Network (Food Net).
From May 2006 to April 2007 over 14,000 American adults participated in an extensive survey outlining their eating habits, including high risk foods for foodborne illness.
I’m not to judge that one is better than the other, and mind you, my observations are based on my own experiences as well as a group of women I’ve interviewed in the last two years.
The below is a list of some of the themes and commonalities observed.
There was such a variety of data we thought it would be interesting to see whether there were any gender differences.
To our knowledge, there have been studies in the literature on gender differences in eating habits, but nothing this extensive, says Beletshachew Shiferaw, a lead researcher on the study.
They were also more likely to eat certain shellfish such as shrimp and oysters.In the same study it was found that on average across America, women spend women spend more money on clothes then men do just as men spend more money on food then women do.Men in general men are pretty uniform in their top three spending choices.On the flip side, men in general are more likely then women to save for their retirement.On average they have around 72 percent higher balances in their IRS accounts as well as having around 28.8% more money in their 401K accounts then the average women.In a recent study done by e Bates and TNS Global it was found that on average around 33 percent of people in the Unites States lie to their significant other about their spending habits.This shouldn’t come as that big of a surprise when the choices in where men and women spend their money are very different.Women, on the other hand were more likely to eat vegetables, especially carrots and tomatoes.As for fruits, they were more likely to eat strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and apples.This in part is due to the moral obligations many women feel pressured by as they get older and the fact that on average they take more of the heat and blame for their spending habits.Women in general spend around 5 times more money on personal care and services, but at they get older their focus shifts towards making sure that their choices reflect what is best for their children and family.