Watching model after gorgeous model strut down the runway at New York Fashion Week can discourage even those in the best shape from scarfing down that burger and fries.
But according to a recent study by Shopzilla's Tada website, men don't think those size zero, 5-foot-10 beauties have it all.
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Instead, the survey of nearly 2,000 online shoppers found that men consider medium height, curvy women to have the most desired figures, with 34 percent of male respondents choosing that option. In second place: medium height and athletic, garnering 31 percent.
Tall and thin only received 2 percent of the votes, while 1 percent selected the tall and skinny option.
The results, which the study's author called "heartwarming," contrast with how women often think of themselves. Only 12 percent of all survey respondents said they were satisfied with their ideal weights, with more than half saying they would like to lose more than 10 pounds.
"This shows that men don't desire runway-ready model physiques but instead prefer healthy women as their ideal," a spokesperson for Tada said. "It's tough to see so much made in the media of the importance of having the perfect (read: skinny) figure as a woman, and we are very happy to announce that these findings prove quite the opposite."
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When it comes to the opposite sex, women said their ideal size for a man is medium height with an average build, followed by tall and average.
—By CNBC's Krystina Gustafson. Follow her on Twitter