Tag Archives: Body mass index

Obesity, Skinny – Fat & Disease

The Skinny on Skinny-FatĀ  This post picks up on a prior post (see “Belly Fat – the Enemy Within“) about the misleading nature of BMI (body mass Index) measurements. This includes press reports that encourage complacency among those with higher risks for disease than is currently perceived. One study of older adults with normal BMIs […]

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Belly Fat – The Enemy Within

Belly Fat May Be Worse Than Obesity The silly science behind the recent report that being overweight, including the excess belly fat that usually accompanies it, may not be much of a health threat after all was discussed in a previous post (see “Weight Loss Fallacies and Fraudulent Science“). This post seeks to draw your […]

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Weight Loss Fallacies and Fraudulent Science

Weight Loss May Still Be Needed If you’ve been struggling with weight loss, you may have been reassured by the recent news of a study suggesting that being overweight isn’t really such a big deal after all. Several weeks into the new year, maybe you’ve already slipped in that New Year’s weight loss resolution and […]

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