I am currently investigating the attitudes of women with regards to the bodyweight and food intake following the birth of their babies in the last 12 months (October 2011-October 2012).
Obesity is a major problem in the UK, with more obese women then men. One of the reasons for this is that some women do not lose their pregnancy weight gain. We would therefore like to understand why this maybe, is it just inappropriate weight gain during pregnancy or is it some other factor such as breastfeeding or not, lack of time, colic, depression, stress etc. We will be able to use your answers and hopefully help women in the future by offering better advice.
We would be really greatful if you could fill out the questionnaire below, this should only take approximately 10 minutes of your time.
Thank you for you time
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