Apparently women and men have such fundamentally different needs when it comes to nutrition that we need food manufacturers to make special food.

Now I am not a nutrionist, but it seems to me that at least one of the products cited in the article has it backwards. Apparently they fortified some of the men's products with extra iron, when in fact women of childbearing years are more likely to be iron deficient.

Kinda feels like they are putting extra protein and iron in the men's food because they are more *manly* nutrients, not because they are actually needed. There are few North Americans, especially ones who can afford to buy ridiculous gendered foods, who can't get enough protein from their regular diet anyways.