Here are other findings from the Grazia poll:
Seven out of 10 women think life would improve if they had a "better" body.
If a woman steps on the scale in the morning and sees she is two pounds heavier, it can ruin her day.
Women have tried a range of extreme measures, including laxatives and fasting, to lose weight.
Virtually all the respondents said they had dieted at one point in their lives with 41 percent admitting they constantly watch what they eat.
What are the most hated body parts?
Thighs, 87 percent
Waist, 79 percent
Breasts, 65 percent
Feet, 65 percent
Face, 59 percent
Teeth, 57 percent
What body parts do women like? Only one: Fifty-four percent cited their "slimmish ankles." Because women are so harshly critical of their bodies, their relationship with food is filled with contradictions. Grazia editor Jane Bruton told the BBC News, "We might have a Diet Coke with a doughnut or skip lunch because we're going out for dinner. Many women are constantly thinking 'Shall I eat it? Shall I not eat it?'"