>men are taller than women
>men passively burn more calories than women
>men never go through pregnancy or menopause
>men don't get food cravings like women do
>men are more likely to get diabetes and heart disease
you would think that with all this men would have a *significantly* lower obesity rate than women. But they don't. The difference in the UK is only 2% (27% of men are obese compared to 29% of women)
why is this?