(Telegraph) Hungry men crave bigger women, study finds
By Sarah Knapton, Science Correspondent 6:32PM BST 05 Jun 2014
Going out in search of love on an empty stomach makes people more attracted to larger partners, a study suggests
It is a well-known maxim that you shouldn’t visit the supermarket when feeling hungry, but new research suggests the same is true when going out in search of romance.
Both men and women are more likely to be attracted to people who are larger when they go out on an empty stomach.
Men, in particular will choose more voluptuous women if they have missed a meal while women go for larger, heavier set men.
But scientists warn that when then hunger is sated, they may not feel the same.