Study found that 42 per cent vegetarians admitted being unfaithful to a partner, compared with 31 per cent of meat lovers.
A new study shows that vegetarians have more affairs than meat-eaters and have sex sooner as well.
The study found that 42 per cent vegetarians admitted being unfaithful to a partner, compared with 31 per cent of carnivores.
The study also found that vegetarians are more likely to walk out on relationships if things aren't going well.
What more, vegetarians bed new partners sooner than meat-eaters too, having sex for the first time after an average 2.7 dates, against 3.3 for meat lovers.
According to the poll, which quizzed 1,000 meat-eaters plus 1,000 vegetarians and vegans, was carried out for IllicitEncounters.com.
Speaking about it, spokesman Christian Grant said that if one wants an affair they should date a vegetarian.
He added, “They’re more likely to have cheated in the past and tend to initiate sex quicker than meat-eaters.”
Among the top aphrodisiac fruits and vegetables are watermelons — hailed by some experts as the “new Viagra”.
Asparagus, celery, figs, chillis and garlic are among other vegetables said to increase libido.