I seem to be noticing that there are gender differences in the successful management of type 2 diet only. Men appear to manage to lose weight, maintain weight loss, and have more stable blood glucose levels more easily than women. They also seem to respond to keto diets, of all varieties: carnivore, vegetarian and vegan, better than women. 1) is my perception correct? 2) could female hormone amounts and fluctuations, even post-menopause, have something to do with it 3) is it possible women could need slightly different dietary advice than men? I am interested in any (polite) responses, even if its that I am seeing something that isnt accurate in the main, due to posting frequencies and styles of frequent posters.