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Exercise Fights ‘Hidden’ Body Fat

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Exercise Fights ‘Hidden’ Body Fat

From WebMD Health, study shows without any exercise can lead to build up deep belly fat:

“I don’t believe that people in general have gotten lazier,” says Slentz. “It’s more that they are working too hard or are at their desks working on computers with fewer opportunities to exercise. The situation is out of balance.”

For hard working people such as our readers, we are getting less time to exercise hence more chance of building up visceral fat (deep belly fat). Building up this type of fat has been proven to link to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.

The study shows at least low amounts of exercise will help on preventing visceral fat.

Read at our previous posts on exercising:
Finding Time to Exercise
How to Start Walking for Exercise

Exercise Fights ‘Hidden’ Body Fat – [WebMD]

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