Can You Be "Fit but Fat": What Science Says about Metabolically Healthy Obesity
Findings from a new study show that even in physically active individuals, elevated BMI is associated with several disease risk factors.
One out of every 3 adults (around 36%) is obese, and there is no way around the fact that the world is undergoing an epidemic of poor metabolic health — which is unlikely to reverse itself anytime soon.
The health consequences of obesity are talked about widely and well-understood at a scientific level. Obesity is associated with a greater risk for cardi…
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