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Hey fellas, have you skipped the gym this Easter weekend and eaten at least four chocolate eggs? No need to worry, because now scientists are claiming that not only are pudgy, older men more attractive to the opposite sex than their leaner, younger counterparts, but they also — get this — live longer and are better at passing on their genes to their offspring. Yup, that's right. There is no reason to fret that you are developing a bit of a "dad bod," guys. Because while becoming a little chunkier after fatherhood due to decreasing testosterone levels may not fit the "macho ideal," it actually both prolongs your life and strengthens your immune system. In fact, a study found that men with high metabolisms were around 50 percent more likely to die in a given year than those whose bodies burned up less energy at rest. The Hollywood image of the swaggering, dashing man dispatching bad guys and carrying the day conjures up a perception of indestructibility.