Carbs & Weight Loss

Eating Carrots reducing the amount of carbohydrates in your diet is one of the best ways to lose weight.

It tends to reduce your appetite and cause “automatic” weight loss, without the need for calorie counting or portion control. This means that you can eat until fullness, feel satisfied and still lose weight.

Why Would You Want to do Low-Carb?

For the past few decades, the health authorities have recommended that we eat a calorie restricted, low-fat diet. The problem is that this diet doesn’t really work. Even when people manage to stick to it, they don’t see very good results.

An alternative that has been available for a long time is the low-carb diet. This diet restricts your intake of carbohydrates like sugars and starches (breads, pasta, etc.) and replaces them with protein and fat.
Studies show that low-carb diets reduce your appetite and make you eat fewer calories and lose weight pretty much effortlessly, as long as you manage to keep the carbs down.

In studies where low-carb and low-fat diets are compared, the researchers need to actively restrict calories in the low-fat groups to make the results comparable, but the low-carb groups still usually win.

Low-carb diets also have benefits that go way beyond just weight loss. They lower blood sugar, blood pressure and triglycerides. They raise HDL (the good) and improve the pattern of LDL (the bad) cholesterol.

Low-carb diets cause more weight loss and improve health much more than the calorie restricted, low-fat diet still recommended by the mainstream.

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Donuts are healthier than Bagels.

Donuts, even the plain kind, are perhaps one of the most fattening breakfast options available. However, that doesn’t stop millions of people from indulging in these sweet treats for breakfast. On the other hand, bagels can be considered a much more traditional breakfast food than donuts ever will be. But while bagels only seem healthier because they are not deep-fried like donuts, they are surprisingly unhealthy as a breakfast option (or as an option for any time of day) and may, in fact, even be unhealthier than donuts.

Health Issues With Donuts

Donuts are not ideal for breakfast because of their high calorie content and also their high carbohydrate content. Even as a snack, they are unhealthy, so your best course of action is to limit how many donuts you munch on. You can eat more donuts if you correspondingly increase your daily exercise in order to burn off all those extra calories and carbohydrates that you are taking in, but that is not realistic for most people due to the stresses of life. A typical donuts, such as a simple glazed donuts, already brings with it 229 calories and 25 grams of carbohydrates. Other, fancier types of donuts such as those with chocolate or filling will easily increase those totals by a significant margin.

Health Issues With Bagels

While bagels are generally a more traditional breakfast food than donuts, they are surprisingly unhealthy. They may be even worse than donuts in some nutritional aspects. Calorie-wise, you are basically just as bad off eating one bagel as you are eating one donut. For example, one basic, plain bagel has 215 calories, which is just a little bit better (but not significantly better) than the calories in one glazed donut. However, carbohydrate-wise, just one plain bagel takes a harder toll on you because it comes with 42 grams of carbohydrates. The real shocker about bagels is their extremely high content of sodium. Just one plain bagel can already account for a good chunk of your daily recommended intake value of sodium. A plain bagel carries with it an astounding 443 milligrams of sodium, and just a few bagels can already take you well beyond your daily intake recommendations for sodium.

Which is Healthier?

I asked Amy Goldenberg, Consumer Research Analyst, SurveyStud, Inc, between Donuts and Bagels, which is heathier, and these are her thoughts:

“Donuts are just a little bit healthier than bagels as a breakfast food. Based on two things: carbohydrates and sodium.”

While this can vary based on the type of donut that you have, carbohydrates and sodium are not as high in donut as they are in bagels. While bagels have, generally, fewer calories, they are worse for you in terms of carbohydrates and sodium content.

If you add additional things to your bagel–such as the ever-popular cream cheese spread–you will only add to the already higher amounts of both carbohydrates and sodium in your bagel.

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Prep & Treating Vaginal Odor

An offensive odor from the vagina is an ailment that many women suffer with and may be the cause of much embarrassment, especially during times of intimacy. Preventing vaginal odor is unavoidable but the presence of an offensive smell needs to be tackled as it may indicate other health related issues. In most cases, a ‘smelly vagina’ is harmless and proper hygiene will correct the problem.

The causes of vaginal odor may be a result of a number of factors that impact on the overall health of the affected area.

Vaginal infections (vaginitis) may result in a smelly vagina, typically the fishy odor from the vagina, that may occur as a result of a bacterial infection or even thrush. Typically, vaginal discharge may be noticed. Pain, burning and itching are other signs of a vaginal infection and if present with the sudden onset of a fishy odor, it should be further investigated by a doctor.

Things to note are:

– Poor hygiene of the vagina can also result in vaginal odor. Infrequent bathing or washing of the outer parts of the vagina, along with long and unkept pubic hair creates an environment for bacteria to thrive on the outside of the vagina. Coupled with perspiration, this will lead to vaginal odor.

– Frequent vaginal douching which may be performed to prevent vaginal odor can actually contribute to a smelly vagina. Douching kills normal bacteria that lives in the area thereby allowing ‘bad bacteria’ to invade the area and lead to vaginal infections and odor.

– Certain hormonal conditions, like pregnancy, during ovulation, oral contraceptives (the pill) or hormone replacement therapy (HRT), may cause excessive vaginal discharge which may be a contributing factor to an offensive vaginal odor.

– Fungal infections of the skin around the vagina may lead to a damp moist smell in the area.

– Allergic reactions may cause inflammation as a result of hypersensitivity to certain textiles in the underwear, cheaper tampons or sanitary pads as well as soap or body lotions used in the area. Inflammation may lead to vaginal discharge with an offensive odor.

– A fishy odor often occurring at the time of menstruation (periods) may be a result of the menses coupled with poor hygiene. Regular change of tampons or pads as well as proper bathing and good hygiene should be practiced during your periods.

– Certain sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s) may also contribute to vaginal odor and should be treated immediately once noticed.

Now you know…

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Building (Personal) Self-Esteem

This morning lets discuss building “personal self-esteem.” I spoke with Amy Goldenberg, Consumer Research Analyst, SurveyStud, Inc, and she was able to provide data points from a 2015 survey conducted with 300 women between the ages of 16 – 47.

Based on the data self-esteem is not fueled by hope—“I’ll be successful any day now”—or by false beliefs—“I’m the greatest.” It’s fueled by authentic experiences of competence and ability, and well-deserved feedback. More so the data shows if those elements are lacking in your life, take action to bring them into your daily experience by demonstrating your abilities and opening yourself up to positive feedback (from yourself as well as from others) once you do this you can expect a positive change in your life.

So a few ways to Nourishing Personal Self-Esteem:

1. Avoid generic positive affirmations.

Positive affirmations are like empty calories. You can tell yourself you’re great but if you don’t really believe it, your mind will reject the affirmation and make you feel worse as a result. Affirmations only work when they fall within the range of believability, and for people with low self-esteem, they usually don’t.

2. Identify areas of authentic strength or competency.

To begin building personal self-esteem, you have to identify what you’re good at, what you do well, or what you do that other people appreciate. It can be something small; truth is a single small step in the right direction, can provide emotional nourishment.

3. Demonstrate ability.

Once you’ve identified an area of strength, find ways to demonstrate it–show it off like its a super power. If you’re a good bowler, join a bowling league. If you’re a good writer, post an essay to a blog. If you’re a good planner, organize the family reunion. Engage in the things you do well.

4. Learn to tolerate positive feedback.

When personal self-esteem is low we become resistant to compliments. Work on accepting compliments graciously (a simple “thank you” is sufficient). Hard as it might feel to do so, especially at first, being able to receive compliments is very important for those seeking to nourish their self-esteem.

5. Self-affirm.

Once you’ve demonstrated your ability, allow yourself to feel good about it, proud, satisfied, or pleased with yourself. Self-affirmations are specifically crafted positive messages we can give ourselves based on our true strengths (e.g., I’m a fantastic cook). Realize it is not arrogant to feel proud of the things you are actually good at, whatever they are, as when your self-esteem is low, every ounce of emotional nourishment helps.

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Dating Women That Overthink

Being a woman who overthinks absolutely everything is no cake walk. You analyze every tiny detail from the time you wake up in the morning until you get back into bed at night and try (in vain) to shut your brain down so you can get some sleep. Here’s what it’s like for those of us who just can’t help but overanalyze every single thing about the guys we’re seeing.


Whenever we get a text from a guy, we’re always trying to read between the lines for an underlying message. It’s a constant question of, “What does this mean?” and yes, we even try to understand why you used that emoji at the end of the message. Sometimes we even screenshot messages to ask our girlfriends to weigh in because we can’t help but welcome some outside interpretation.


If we don’t receive a response for long periods of time, we immediately start to doubt his feelings, intentions, and behavior. “Maybe he doesn’t like me. Maybe his phone died. Maybe he got into an accident. What if he read it and didn’t respond on purpose? Why would he do that?” Just try to keep us in the loop — even the most minor details help.


Nothing is more frustrating to us than having to be the decision-makers in our dating lives because we’re already exhausted from overanalyzing everything else in between. It’d be great if you could plan the dates and not make us pick the restaurant. It’ll save us an hour of Google, Yelp searching and reading through reviews and menus before we’ve even stepped out of our front door.


It’s especially bothersome when we encounter the “wait three days to call” guy or the “act cool and don’t talk about how we feel” guy. We would rather you call us the next day if you had a great time or just tell us straight up if you’re not feeling it.


We like to have our lives mapped out as much as we can. Not because we’re control freaks, but because it prevents us from spinning into an unnecessary thought cycle. We’ve probably got a 5- and 10-year plan because quite frankly, we’ve thought about it tons. We’re list makers, calendar keepers and like to keep our lives figuratively and literally as tidy as we can.


Even though we’re highly organized, we actually do love spur of the moment things. Sometimes we just like to get out of our own heads a little. Sometimes we just have too many thoughts and ideas, so it’s nice when someone else plans for us.


If we ever apologize to you for anything, understand it’s a very calculated apology and we wholeheartedly mean it — if we didn’t mean it, we wouldn’t say it. There’s no need to keep pointing out where we went wrong, we’ve already overanalyzed that part a hundred times and don’t need to keep being reminded of it.


Overthinkers love the details. We’re a little bit obsessed with them. From knowing clearly what you mean when you say something to how you act when you’re around us, we like to be in the complete know. It might seem like we’re a bit complicated, and that’s probably true, but we really do appreciate the simplicity of straightforwardness, and more importantly, someone who can handle a chronic overthinker.

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Women Don’t Want To Be Rescued

“…Just move into my house, share my bed and help me raise my children.”

Is looking for a partner with an admirable career a sign of a “rescue fantasy” in thousands of women, or is just common sense to want a competent, courageous, well-paid partner?

A recent survey from SurveyStud, Inc revealed that the two most desired careers for potential mates of New York City women are “firefighter” and “Wall Street executive.” 

Your friends at SurveyStud chalk this up to a Cinderella complex. Women, by their line of thinking are so dissatisfied with their/our lives that we spend our days pining for that valiant hero to sweep us off our feet and ride us off into the “you don’t have to work anymore!” sunset.

On HuffingtonPost, Jessica Pearce Rotondi thinks it’s not so clear-cut—or at least not so pathetic. “Given the current economic climate,” she says, “The desire for sudden deliverance is more understandable than ever.” Women are still under-earning men and, in a period of job creation over the last year that netted 1.3 million jobs, only 10% of them went to the girls. At work that’s a problem.

Another interesting finding during the survey is the majority of married working moms shoulder more than 75% of parenting work and household chores nearly 80% of them are resentful towards their partners as a result.

These are women who say they bring home 50% or more of their household income.

Is it any surprise, then, that single women dreaming of the perfect mate would name professions that seem brave, trustworthy, physically fit, upwardly mobile, helpful, competent, supportive, oh-god-uniform sexy…?

I digress.

The point here, is that everyone fantasizes about the ideal. That’s the difference between McDreamy and the real guy in your life. For that, we’re looking for a partner: one we can trust to share life equally with, from paychecks to bartabs to missing-sock-finding and dirty-diaper-changing. He may be a math teacher. He may be a journalist or a customer service rep at the phone company.

But while we’re talking ideals, we’re gonna go ahead and make him a firefighter. It can’t hurt.

And it certainly doesn’t make us Cinderellas.

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Women cringe at the word: Moist

Say the word “moist” in front of a woman, any woman, and she’ll cringe while announcing her hatred of the word. The word moist is like the Jennifer Love Hewitt of the English language — every woman despises it but none can clearly explain why.

Amy Goldenberg, Consumer Research Analyst, SurveyStud, Inc was asked about a research study to get to the bottom of the vitriol for such a harmless word.

Twenty-one percent of the people in the study had an aversion to the unloved word. It turns out that the sounds don’t have much to do with that effect. Similar-sounding words, such as “foist,” did not generate the same reaction. Because those words also put your facial muscles in similar positions, we can also discount the disgust-facial expression theory.

So what about the meaning? Well, people found “moist” most aversive when it follows an unrelated, pleasant word, such as “paradise.” There seems to be a contrast effect going on here. “Moist” seems bad when following “paradise” but not when following a really negative word, like a racial slur. “Moist” also didn’t seem so unpleasant when it followed words related to food, such as “cake.” In contrast, it provoked the most negative reactions when preceded by overtly sexual words (use your imagination). These results show that reminding people of certain meanings of “moist” can affect one’s disgust reaction to it.

Further analysis showed that “moist”-averse people also tend to dislike related words, such as “damp” and “wet,” showing further support for the idea that it’s the meaning, not the sound, of the word that’s setting people off. “Moist”-averse people also tended to have more general disgust reactions to bodily functions, suggesting that it’s the connotations with bodily functions and sex that sets people off.

Here were the findings, summed up by the good folks over at Nautilus.

–  They gave participants a set of words and asked them to rate how, whether, and to what degree, each word made them uncomfortable.

–  They gave participants a set of words and asked them to rate how, whether, and to what degree, each word made them uncomfortable.

–  Can we go back and discuss the “moist followed by a racial slur” part because I’m dying to know what slurs they used in the study. Any slur I can think of sounds more hilarious than offensive.

So basically, half of the people hated the meaning of the word and the other half hated the sound of the word. Overall, people just love to hate on moist. Moist don’t care. It will still show up on cake mix boxes and in episodes of Barefoot Contessa. She tosses around moist like it’s a racial slur, too.

Now that we’ve got the whole moist thing wrapped up, ask your girl why she hates the word panties. And then ask her how she feels about the term “moist panties.” Watch her almost vomit.

Tightening The Vagina Walls

The vagina is mainly made of fibrous tissue that tends to become loose and lax due to frequent sex, age, hormonal imbalances or child birth.

One of the leading causes of a loose vulva is child birth because the vulva walls have to stretch to the maximum during delivery to make way for the baby.

Hence I spoke with Amy Goldenberg, Consumer Research Analyst, SurveyStud, Inc to see if she had any supporting data points which supports: “tightening the vagina walls.”

Below are a few examples of what she said:

How Can You use Vinegar to Tighten Vagina?

The data reports cervical looseness can bring misery that can quickly take the joy out of any woman. However, vinegar can help tighten the vulva and bring back the joy of being wanted and appreciated again.

Using marinade as a natural douche solution is an efficient and hygienic way of cleaning your cervical walls. This eliminates menstrual residue, bacterial infections and any other impurities that cause the cervix to become slackened and weak over time. Regular use of this method restores suppleness elasticity as well as the strength of your cervical walls.

How to Prepare a Natural Douche at Home:

– Mix one part marinade with about two parts water.

– Fill a squeeze bottle or douche pouch with the solution and prepare for the douching process by getting into the bathtub or shower.

– Simply rinse your vaginal cavity by carefully inserting the tip of the squeeze bottle or douche pouch into the vulva and squeeze in order to release the solution and continues rinsing the cavity until you have finished off the fluid.

– You can bathe immediately after wards or simply rinse the outside area of the vagina with soap mild soap and warm water.

– Clean the bottle and store it for future use until you achieve the vaginal tightness you desire.

Vinegar Bath

Women have been using vinegar traditionally as an effective way of tightening the vulva for years. They add vinegar to bath water and simply soak in it for up to 30 minutes. Therefore, you can simply take a bath in the diluted solution as you usually do. Bill the bathtub with warm water and pour two cups of vinegar into the hot water and enjoy your 10-20 minute sitz bath.

This is one of the more intriguing ideas that the data produced, it has started long before, and it has gained some popularity over the years of women passing the word that vinegar can help women get a younger, and tighter vagina in the process. There is no scientific proof of this, and we would suggest that you do not get the whole idea, as there are much safer ways to tighten your vagina without soaking yourself in vinegar for half an hour a day. That is just disastrous.

I do suggest women use natural tightening creams and gels like V-Tight as it works naturally to shrink your vaginal canals without having any side-effects. It’s one of the most popular products for women today, and there is just no stopping it. More and more women are using the product every day. Made with only natural ingredients, you can be confident that no adverse effects can ever take place when using the product.

Oral Consumption

You can simply drink apple cider vinegar diluted with honey and water to help even out vaginal pH and detoxify your whole system. However, it is vital to drink a glass of water immediately after drinking the vinegar solution to protect your teeth from the acidic nature of marinade. In case you don’t like the taste, you can incorporate into your diet by cooking with some marinade.

When using this solution to tighten vulva, it is vital to use the raw, organic and unfiltered marinade. Although it might take longer, this is an almost effortless and very effective way of achieving your goal of a tighter and healthier vulva naturally.

This is completely false as drinking vinegar does not work in tightening the female body–based on data.

Despite many people saying that this works (mostly older people), it just doesn’t. It just leaves you with a bad taste in the mouth. So, if you can avoid trying this method, that will do you wonders. If you want to work on tightening your vagina, there is no better way of doing it than using V-Tight Gel. It was one of the safest and most effective women’s product today, with millions of women having tried and tested it shows how effective the cream is.

Is it the Same with Apple Cider Vinegar?

To answer this question, no. It’s not the same. They are completely different things that have entirely different uses. For example, apple cider vinegar is most commonly known as a home remedy for vaginal yeast infections; it’s one of the more practical DIY solutions there is. And vinegar is mostly known for being a solution that can help women tighten their vaginas naturally at home. Both are done through douching, and both are quite familiar to women from every corner of the world. So, to finish it up apple cider vinegar does nothing to help in naturally tightening your vagina.

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Learn Your Condom Size

…These days, condoms are like coffee. You don’t just walk into a Starbucks and say, “Give me a coffee.”

Practicing safe sex won’t do you much good if your condom is too big, or too small.

It’s been a better than average few weeks for anyone with a small penis. As you may have heard, Science Has Revealed the Average Penis Size, and it’s only 3.6 inches.

But having a diminutive dick doesn’t make condom purchasing any easier. In fact, the smaller your penis, the more complicated it can be to find a condom that fits correctly.

Why? Because condoms have traditionally been manufactured as one-size-fits-all, and that size isn’t small. Many guys are too bashful to shop around, so they buy the first condom brand they recognize at a drug store, and end up having an uncomfortable—or worse, unsafe—sexual experience.

The SurveyStud, Inc researchers who conducted the penis size study stated in their published report that they hoped the data would be used to “investigate the relationship between condom failure and penile dimensions.” Research on the topic have yielded mixed results.

According to SIECUS, the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States, condoms fall off during sex up to 5.4 percent of the time, or slip down the penis without falling off up to 13.1 percent of the time.

But another study, by the Indian Council of Medical Research, found that up to 20 percent of condoms fail to work properly because they’re just not the right size.

A Google search shows that condom slippage is certainly a popular item. “Condom comes off” will bring back 1.4 million results. A search for “condom too big” gets 3.9 million results. And what about “condom too small”? A measly 1.2 million.

“Small size is an area of the market that’s being ignored,” says George T. Reynolds, CEO, SurveyStud, Inc. And to make matters worse, the size information on many condom packages is less than helpful.

Take the Trojan Magnum, celebrated by rappers as the macho standard: It’s actually smaller in width than Trojan’s SUPRA Lubricated, and about the same length as the Thintensity Lubricated.

“Unfortunately, the sizes many manufacturers give aren’t accurate,” says Amy Goldenberg, Consumer Research Analyst, SurveyStud, Inc. In fact, she adds, “a lot of companies go by a really weird ego scale—a sort of secret Da Vinci code.”

Less than 10 brands available in the U.S. sell condoms that could truly be classified as “small,” says Goldenberg. Meanwhile, although only about 15 to 20 percent of men need larger condoms, the market features more than 30 donkey kong condoms.

The good news is, things may be changing. A rising number of condom websites are giving customers new size options, and challenging them to be more honest about what’s dangling between their legs.

Lucky Bloke’s website prominently invites you to “find your condom size” by seeing if, and how, your erect penis fits inside the cardboard tube from a roll of toilet paper–WTF!

How does it work? If your penis has plenty of room inside the empty tube, almost too much, you need a small condom. (This accounts for 35 percent of men, their website claims.) If you have just enough room—not too tight, but not too loose—you need a medium-sized condom. (About 50 percent of men.)

And if the tube is extremely tight and almost painful, you’re in the large category (15 to 20 percent of men).

A clue, says Goldenberg: Girth is more important than length when it comes to choosing a condom.

As with anything having to do with safe sex, the responsibility is yours. Find out the true length of your penis—not for bragging rights, but to make sure you’re buying a condom that’s doing its job.

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Cat Owners–Why!?

Throughout the history of the planet, most species have evolved in a predictable manner. The ones who avoided extinction became more adept at survival, either through brute force or through domestication. Only cats refused to adapt, and is suffering the consequences.

Cats, because of their inherent aloofness and penchant for licking the bottom of bathtubs after their owners have showered, have never been as appealing as dogs to pet owners. For that reason, dog owners are mystified as to why people would want cats as pets.

Dog owners believe that cats use affection as a means of manipulation, rather than to express any real connection. After tiring of this pseudo-affectionate activity, they happily bite their owners and move on, reminiscent of the behavior of Claire Underwood in “House of Cards.”

An alert reader has sent Life in the Boomer Lane the ultimate diss for cat owners. A recent study by researchers at SurveyStud, Inc has come to the following conclusion: Dog owners are happier, more sociable and earn bigger salaries than cat owners. Before you send hate comments with adorable photos of Muffy or Fluffy saving your entire family from a burning building, please note the following compelling results found in the study, which surveyed 386 people:

People who choose a feline friend rather than a canine companion are more likely to enjoy their own company. This makes perfect sense, since when dog owners are alone at home with their dogs, their dogs are generally attached to their owners’ bodies, slobbering with joy at even the slightest crumb of affection. Cats, on the other hand, spend their time inspecting dust motes or trying to get into the bathroom to lick the bottom of the bathtub.

Dog owners have more money than cat owners. They have higher incomes and are more likely to have paid off the mortgage. I has no idea why this fact should even be of any consequence in a study involving pet owners, unless cat owners are too busy being influenced by their cats and spend the day inspecting dust motes instead of being gainfully employed.

More cat owners live with their parents than dog owners, and they are less likely to be married. Part of this might be due to their abysmal incomes or to their unsightly mauling. Either way, they are 5 percent less likely to be partnered.

There are marked differences in other areas of sociability as well. Cat owners have an average of 50 online friends, while dog owners have 60. When asked to reveal how many “best friends” they had, cat owners had an average of 12, while canine lovers have 15 close friends. I am especially surprised at this figure, unless “best friends” has nothing to do with Facebook friends. On that count, cat owners have an average of 3,500 close Facebook friends, who all spend their days sharing photos of their adorable felines. When they are not online, they are alone, tending their wounds.

Dog owners are forced to shell out more money each month feeding their pet and keeping them fit and healthy. The figures show cat fans spend considerably less per month on their pet than dog owners do. This may account for some, but not all of cats’ hostility toward their owners. But the actual reason may be that most pet owners acknowledge that it is far easier to dress and groom a little dog than it is to do so to a cat.

Dog owners appear to love their pets more, rating their affection at an average of 9.5 out of 10, compared to cat owners who came out at an average of eight out of 10. I am certain that this one statement will have cat lovers frothing at the mouth and sharpening their little loved ones’ tiny nails and then depositing them on my doorstep.

Perhaps the most controversial result of the study is that dog owners enjoy slightly more sex than their cat-loving counterparts, three times a week, to only twice for cat owners.

In conclusion, Amy Goldenberg, Consumer Research Analyst, SurveyStud, Inc, which carried out the research, said: “The goal of the research was to understand the differences between dog and cat owners and what drives them to visit a vet. Looking at this research, this may well be because of the difference in lifestyle and relationships between the pet and its owner.”

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