Since the 60’s, the average distance around the belly’s equator has increased by about an inch per decade. Ugh!
And if that’s not enough, a new study suggests that the bigger the belly, the greater the risk of dying in the next 10 years. That’s serious news.
Ultimately, the article emphasizes weight loss strategies, such as eating fewer calories and burning more by walking, cycling or using other forms of exercise.
This brief article is worth a read. Check it out. . .
Your muffin top may kill you
A bulging belly doubles your risk of dying within 10 years, study finds
CHICAGO — If your pants are feeling a bit tight around the waistline, take note: Belly bulge can be deadly for older adults, even those who aren’t overweight or obese by other measures.
One of the largest studies to examine the dangers of abdominal fat suggests men and women with the biggest waistlines have twice the risk of dying over a decade compared to those with the smallest tummies.
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