All mammals (except humans) have nearly identical body shape when they are underweight, normal weight and overweight.By humans whether they are underweight, normal weight, overweigh or obese, there is not so many different body shapes.

Only in one case, the humans have nearly identical body shapes to each other and that is the case when the humans body, because of starvation, illness, aging etc, reach the point of skeletal proportion.

Why are humans so different from each other concerning the body shape and concerning the body fat distribution?…..[The full text of this article is in the book]

 

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