One in five adults eat less to “save” calories for alcohol, according to new research. Yet the proportion was more than twice as high for those aged between 25 and 35. Forty per cent of this age group said they have eaten less so they could drink more. Alcohol is the second most calorie-dense source of energy
The behaviour, which can increase the risk of chronic illnesses like heart disease and cancer, has been called “drunkorexia”.
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