Why do some students fail to eat the right diet?

More than two-thirds of students fail at a healthy weight by the end of their course, according to a new study.

And they’re far more likely to have health problems as a result, with nearly a third suffering from high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes.

Read more: The NHS warns people about food poisoning: what you need to knowAbout 20% of students also develop eating disorders, which can include anorexia and bulimia.

These health issues are a result of students failing to understand the nutritional content of food, said the study, which was carried out by the University of Portsmouth’s School of Health and Dietetics and the British Dietetic Association.

The study analysed more than 11,000 students from 15 universities across England, Wales and Scotland.

It found that those who failed to consume enough food to meet their calorie needs had higher levels of obesity and high blood pressures.

“The most common reasons for failing to consume a healthy diet are a lack of time and energy, a low amount of exercise, poor diet and low physical activity,” the study found.

Students also struggled to manage stress, which the study said was common in the study group.

“A study of students found that about half of those who had failed to meet a daily calorie requirement reported feeling stressed, while almost half had problems managing their own mental health,” it said.

It’s unclear how much of a problem these issues are for many students.

Some schools have taken steps to help students and their parents.

Some of the changes have included giving students extra help with the calories they eat, offering meal plans and encouraging parents to take them to the gym.

“It’s important to note that we don’t have to eat to lose weight,” said the Department for Education’s head of nutrition, Dr Peter Brown.

“It’s actually about the quality of our diet and the balance of nutrients in our diet.

We need to understand more about the whole picture and what the best foods are.”

He said it was important that students understand the health risks of unhealthy eating.

“What’s the best way to manage a person’s weight, whether it’s through exercise, eating healthily, eating less, or some combination of those?” he said.

“And what about the risks of binge eating?

It’s about making sure we can take our diets in the right direction.”