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The Dangers of Belly Fat in Women

Let's face it, whether you feel you have a "thigh thigh", a chunky waist or a bending arm, carrying extra fat can make the mirror look quite a sad and painful experience. While you may hate your hip and thigh, researchers have found that it is actually excess fat around your stomach that poses the greatest health risk.

Exercising extra fat around your stomach can increase your risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and certain types of cancer. Women often find that as they age they distribute differently - especially after menopause. For example, while you may have always gained weight on your thighs in the past, you may find that your weight shifts more toward your middle as you get older.

Why is Belly Fat Bad for You from Fat on Other Parts of Your Body?

If you take your stomach, you may be able to get some good fat. This fat that you can see and touch your body, whether in your stomach, hips, thighs or arms, is called subcutaneous fat. Subcutaneous fat is the fat that lies beneath your skin where you can still feel or touch it.

While it may seem like this fat that you can see and seize your stomach area is a problem, the increased health risk actually comes from the fat that lies deep inside your stomach. This deeper layer of fat, known as auditory fat, surrounds your organs and the inside so that you cannot touch or feel it. Visceral fat is a type of fat that has been linked to increased risk of diabetes, heart disease and other health problems.

The good news is that you lose weight to reduce the fat of the patient, and at the same time reduce the risk of related illness.

One thing to consider is that as we age, our metabolism tends to slow down making it more difficult to lose weight. Decreased metabolism can also be due to regular diets, lifestyle or inactive hormone changes. Slow metabolism can make it easier to gain weight around your stomach and at the same time make it more difficult to lose weight when you start exercising.

Cheating your metabolism for speed can help you lose your belly fat and reduce related health risks more quickly.


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