An average of four dress sizes per woman, thanks to yo-yo dieting culture
The study, carried out by Harley Medical Group – a leading cosmetic surgery provider – has revealed that a dieter’s weight can fluctuate by two or three stone which has a dramatic effect on body appearance.
The Harley Medical Group has also revealed that a third of its clients are women seeking treatment for both weight loss and gain.
In the past month, due to the launch of a world exclusive FDA approved laser treatment, stretch mark and scar laser surgery has increased by an astonishing 60% which aims to reduce stretch marks and scars up to 75%.
More and more women are turning to extreme surgery to tackle their body issues, which include tummy tucks, breast upflifts and necklifts.
Health and fitness expert at the Harley Medical Group, Angie Best (the former wife of football legend George Best) has warned against yo-yo dieting, saying: ‘I would strongly advise against any unsuitable diet method, which will ultimately result in more problems.’
Perhaps the Daily Mail should stop speculating about these figures (no pun intended) and instead look at what is causing women to go on these fad diets and the role of the female figure in our society.