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Busting the Myths of Where the Weight at and What to do About it

5 days ago   |   By Calorielab

By Apple and Pear Australia LTD/Flickr
Here are two beliefs regarding fat and weight loss. One involves where the weight is located and the other how to lose this excess weight. A recent study looked at these commonly held beliefs and came to the conclusion that they are both wrong.
Where is the Weight?
There is a belief that where fat is predominately stored on our bodies makes a difference to our overall health. I'm sure you are familiar with the “apple versus pear” shape of fat distribution, meaning whether it is mostly in our abdomen or hips. The feeling is that people who have...
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