Colleagues can sabotage a worker's diet, survey shows

03/13/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Data from a Survey Sampling International poll showed 29% of dieters reported that co-workers have urged them to eat more, mocked their weight-loss regimens or ordered restaurant items for them that aren't in their diet plans. Workplace peer pressure can derail a dieting plan, experts say, but learning how to navigate tough situations or push back on negative attitudes can help.

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