You probably love breasts, as long as you’re not the one sporting them. More and more men are lining up to get rid of their man boobs or “moobs.”

If those hours of cardio and bench-presses don’t seem to be helping, perhaps you might have a medical issue.

Meet clinical gynecomastia, the enemy of every guy’s dream chest.

It can result from a hormonal imbalance or elevated levels of estrogen and lowered levels of testosterone. It’s usually not a serious problem and may go away on its own. However, if you think you have gynecomastia and it continues to persist, you should visit a doctor.

If it’s not your chest that’s bothering, it must be your gut. The trouble with trying to lose weight is the whole process can be pretty stressful when it’s not working out – and stress actually sparks cravings for carbohydrate-rich snack foods.

Despite your best efforts, areas such as the hips, buttocks and thighs are more resistant to weight loss, which is usually more obvious on the face and upper body.

In addition, fat can be unevenly distributed causing certain areas to be more out of proportion than others.


If you have any questions, feel free to ask me!