en·​do·​morph | \ ˈen-də-ˌmȯrf \

Definition of endomorph

: an endomorphic individual

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Ectomorphs typically do well with higher amounts of carbs in their diet, endomorphs do better with lower carbs and more protein and fat, while mesomorphs usually do well with a high protein diet. Korin Miller, Glamour, "Should You Be Eating 7 Meals a Day?," 19 June 2017 However, Rumsey says most people fall into one of three body types—the ectomorph, the endomorph, and the mesomorph. Korin Miller, Glamour, "Should You Be Eating 7 Meals a Day?," 19 June 2017

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First Known Use of endomorph

1940, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for endomorph

endoderm + -morph

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en·​do·​morph | \ ˈen-də-ˌmȯrf \

Medical Definition of endomorph

: an endomorphic individual

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