middle-age spread

middle-age spread

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middle-aged spread

n
the fat that appears round many people's waist during middle age
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Hormonal changes mean our metabolism slows down as we get older, so it can be difficult to fight middle-age spread.
Astonishingly, Terri is looking forward to middle-age spread.
While it's not a given that every woman will get the middle-age spread, around 90 per cent of women experience some kind of weight gain during menopause.
SPARE tyre, muffin top, love handles, whatever you call it, middle-age spread isn't a myth.
Researcher Alan Kristal found that regular yoga practice is associated with the prevention of middle-age spread in normal-weight people and the promotion of weight loss in those who are overweight.
The charity has now launched a campaign to highlight the issue, called The Middle-age Spread, targeted at older age groups but particularly the over-50s.
The campaign, run by the Family Planning Association, is called The Middle-Age Spread.
It would be a sponge, she declared, just in case I was thinking about middle-age spread.
He's getting on a bit now, has middle-age spread and spends his time asleep on our hay bales.
We're in danger of medicalising and demonising what used to be called middle-age spread.
A recent study found that middle-age spread may be due, at least in part, to sleep deprivation
Pencil thin, without an inch of middle-age spread, he wears a grey fedora over a full head of hair, with only a discreet pair of spectacles betraying any evidence of age.