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Study reveals 38 per cent of men cannot see their manhoods


December 21, 2009/12.19

A Jenny Craig study has revealed that 38 per cent of Australian men cannot see their manhood when looking down, while Kiwis, too, need to watch themselves over the Christmas period.
   Angela Berrill (left), Jenny Craig’s weight management expert, says, ‘New Zealand is one of the fattest nations in the world, which is frightening. By being overweight or obese, these men are seriously increasing their risk of life-threatening diseases such as heart disease or diabetes.’
   The survey revealed the older men get, the more likely they are to grow a gut. Over half (58 per cent) of Australian men 55 and over, said their only chance of seeing their genitalia was by looking in the mirror.
   The weight-loss company released the information to promote its Jen4Men programme, one which had been tailored for men.

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