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Emily Little

Emily Little

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    It is well known that women have different physiologies than men, meaning they will naturally have different nutritional needs. RdR Solutions Principal Catherine Adams Hutt, a registered dietitian, describes men and women as “the same, but different.”

    “[They are] different because body mass and muscle mass are different, with men having more lean body mass and muscle mass than women, naturally,” she says. “Further, women have life cycle differences that significantly affect physiology, including …

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    Emily Little is an associate editor of Food Technology ([email protected]).
    Emily Little