Can personality traits undermine diet?

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The CSIRO has undertaken Australia’s largest diet and personality survey, sorting consumers into one of five “types” when it comes to their diet The results are based on input from more than 90,000 Australian adults and examine why many people find it difficult to stick to a dietary regime when trying to lose weight. The

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