ANOTHER REASON TO LOSE YOUR LOVE HANDLES



 Every 10cm increase in waist circumference is linked to a 29 percent higher risk of heart failure, says new study

  Spare tires. Saddlebags. Love handles. Muffin tops. Whatever you call the excess flab hanging around your midsection, know that it really needs to go—and not just for aesthetic reasons. Those extra five or 10 pounds you're carrying around your midsection are far more dangerous than you probably realize. 
ANOTHER REASON TO LOSE YOUR LOVE HANDLES
ANOTHER REASON TO LOSE YOUR LOVE HANDLES 


Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Imperial College London, and the Oslo University Hospital say a BMI between 25 and 29.9, which is considered overweight but not obese (though that's even more dangerous), is linked with a higher risk of heart failure. (If you're 5'9 and 169 pounds, for example, you'd have a BMI of 25, according to the CDC.) That's according to their new meta-analysis of 23 studies with almost 650,000 participants.



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