Fat comes in many shapes and sizes depending on ones height and physical composition. Being fat even look differently when comparing fat from one person to the next.
Fat, according to the Center For Disease Control, is when a person have a high BMI (Body Mass Index), which is an indicator of high body fatness. When your BMI falls greater than 25.0 to 29.9 you are considered overweight any number greater place you at obese. Therefore, suggesting that being fat is ugly is not about focusing on the outer appearance of the body, but the damaging side effects that studies have shown in what having too much fat on the body can do to your health.
Let’s explore! According to the Center for Disease Control being overweight or obese can lead to health issues such as: hypertension, gallbladder disease, Type 2 Diabetes, Sleep Apnea, and more. According to WebMD, you can also be at risk for heart disease and strokes. The most important thing is to eat a healthy diet and make exercise apart of your normal life.
I personally can attest to living a healthier lifestyle has: decreased number of common colds I get each year (if any), gives me more energy, lowered my rising blood pressure and my husband is free from his blood pressure meds, all in just eating foods that are better for you and designed to heal the body naturally.
Here’s Dr. Oz take on being fat and what to do. Click here.
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