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On a Diet? Watch Your Wallet.

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Over at Lazy Man and Health, I wrote an article that should be of interest to Lazy Man and Money readers. Science Daily has a report about how being on a diet can affect your money.

This should be of interest to a few of my favorite financial bloggers who occasionally write about health. A short list of these would be:

Posted on September 13, 2007.

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7 Responses to “On a Diet? Watch Your Wallet.”

  1.   On a Diet? Watch Your Wallet. by diet.MEDtrials.info says:

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  2. Laura says:

    Thanks for the post! I had no idea. I guess when you try to improve your life in one area, it spills over to another area.

  3. Joseph Sangl says:

    The “diet” craze of organic foods can raise the food bill by 30%. In 30 years, I wonder if we will see any statistically significant evidence to prove that this food is really better for one’s health.

    I will contribute to the non-organic foods category in the study … and save my 30%!

  4. Brip Blap says:

    I was actually writing a post about diet and frugality when I jumped over here and read this post. Thanks for stealing my thunder. Well, not thunder exactly, my dull rumbling…

    I’m not sure I agree that applying discipline to a diet decreases your discipline with money. I think that the overall concept of discipline in your life would apply the same to money, to diet, to personal relationships, to work and on and on. There’s definitely a correlation. The interesting question is whether discipline in one area does truly affect discipline in the other. I suspect a disciplined type person is usually – not always – just disciplined in general. The ‘bucket’ as the study put it can, and does, get bigger due to willpower, practice, etc.

    It seems to me another one of those hard-to-really-support-but-plausible theories. I just hope it’s not true.

  5. RateLadder says:

    Thanks for the mention!

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