Of all the differences between men and women’s bodies, one of the most baffling to many dieters is the way losing weight differs between the sexes. Namely, where they put weight on, where it comes off and how excess weight spreads itself throughout their bodies, compared to women.

For men, they tend to put weight on in concentrated areas — such as their stomach — first, with that being the first place weight also comes off, once they’ve embarked on a weight loss program.

Whereas with women, fat deposits tend to be spread throughout the body, concentrating on certain areas such as the stomach, hips and thighs; something that’s ‘crucial for childbearing,’ according to Janet Brill, PhD, RD, a Philadelphia-based nutritionist, who told Women’s Health increased fat in these areas means a higher levels of oestrogen, which is necessary for fertility.

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