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Expanding waistlines inducing heat disease

It is well known that obesity increases the risk of developing heart disease, however, it is less known that the distribution of fat, particularly around the abdomen or waist is the biggest influencing factor. Excess abdominal adipose tissue affects the normal function of insulin and contributes to the evolution of cardiovascular disease.

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About: Expanding waistlines inducing heat disease

Date: 21 September 2005

Source: myDNA.com

Author: Risk Nauert

URL: http://www.mydna.com/health/weight/resources/news/200509/news_20050921_wfat.html

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