I'm after a bit of information, and hoping it isn't too niche to ask
I listened to a really interesting interview with a women's sports nutritional researcher. She said quite a lot if the guidance out there at the moment is based on the assumption of "one size fits all", but with women simply eating a smaller quantity of food overall.
Her research suggested women have different macro-ratio requirements, and that caloric needs might not be that different, among other things (e.g. hormones impacting recovery)
I'm looking for more info, but most things that come up when I google just talk about men needing 2500 calories and women needing 2000.
Does anyone know any more?
I found this article a helpful starting point: