Middle-age spread

[mid-l-eyj] /ˈmɪd lˌeɪdʒ/

an increase in bulk, especially in the waist and buttocks, associated with the onset of middle age and the body’s decreasing ability to metabolize calories efficiently.
the fat that appears round many people’s waist during middle age

body fat that can accumulate in the abdominal, hip, and buttock area during one’s middle age


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