If a woman loses significant amounts of weight, her breasts will diminish in size. Many overweight men with large breasts will experience shrinkage in their gyno with significant weight loss -- but the gyno never disappears entirely. It is the fat component that has diminished -- not the breast tissue. In fact, many men find that with significant weight loss, even though their breasts have diminished in size, their breasts now seem even more prominent because the rest of their body has also decreased in size.
There is a common fallacy that weight loss and working out can get rid of gyne -- it doesn't.
Agreed completely!!! Weight loss is always good if you are overweight and may give some benefit, but the gland will persist without surgery....