Men and Women have different tastes in food


    WASHINGTON (AFP) - Men and women have different tastes in food, with men favoring meat and poultry, and women fruits and vegetables, researchers said in what was touted as the most extensive study to date of gender differences in eating habits.

    More than 14,000 adult men and women were surveyed from May 2006 to April 2007, for the Foodborne Disease Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet), to determine their eating habits, including high risk foods such as undercooked meat and eggs.
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    Further on down it talks about how men eat more meat than women, and how women eat more veggies than men. Interesting.

    I almost kinda wonder too about the effects of all the information about diets and what we "should" plays into what we do eat.