Pigs Have A Much Lower Percentage of Body Fat Than Humans
Pigs are not obese.
The pig has a cute appearance and is very delicious to eat.
Pigs are commonly referred to as a symbol of obesity.
However, contrary to such disgraceful prejudice, the standard value of body fat percentage in pigs is much lower than that in humans.
The average body fat percentage of pigs is 14-18%.
By the way, the average value of humans is 15 to 20 for men and 20 to 25% for women.
So if you’re a “woman with a pig-like body fat percentage,” your body is toned like a model.
It’s rude to pigs to consider obese people pig-like, so stop now.
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