Women say nearly 500 lies in a year about their eating and drinking habits when dieting. The lie is like, "I'm going to have a lot of lunch so I will not eat much after this", and "I only take medication once in a while".

According to a study released by Timex, the watchmaker, saying that eating five servings of fruits and vegetables a day, never eating biscuits, and drinking only one glass of wine a day is also included in the general lie.

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Women often say they only eat leftover children's food or tasted dinner, but the truth is hard to prove.

Other admissions in question are never eating fast food, just drinking alcohol for a special occasion toast, and claiming that red wine is a healthy drink.

The survey found that 68 percent of dieters try to do their best to stick to their diet plans, but they also admit that they often violate them from time to time.

As many as 41 percent of whom claim to lie to others just to give the impression that they are healthier than the real situation.

Here are the 10 most commonly spoken diet lies:
1. It's just a small portion of food
2. I will have a lot of lunch, so I will not eat much after this
3. I only take medication once in a while
4. I always eat five servings of fruits and vegetables every day
5. I do not touch any biscuits
6. I only drink one glass
7. It was not me who ate last time
8. I will not eat again after this
9. I'm too busy for lunch
10. I will clean it now or it will get worse.

The survey of 3,000 women aged 21-50 years in the UK also found that chocolate, chips, cookies, wine, cheese and bread is one of the most common foods in lying.

"Research shows that writing food diaries can double the weight loss, but it seems, rather than being honest about the food and drink consumed, many women are lying about it, or deny it altogether," said Dr. Maximenko Cassandra as reported by The Telegraph, Tuesday (01/10/2012).

This lie seems to be done to save yourself from embarrassment in front of a partner or friend for the short term, but will not help his health and achieve the goal of weight loss in the future.

"By lying to a loved one, women also lie to themselves, and will see their weight creep up," said Dr. Cassandra.