Love Handles Indicate the Higher Risk of Heart Disease

Having hidden fat in the abdomen, as well as visible flab, so-called love handles may increase your risk of getting heart disease, a new study from US National Heart Lung and Blood Institute handles

The researchers also found that the density of abdominal fat is equally important as how much fat you have.

Previous studies showed that people who carry excess abdominal fat around midsection tend to have higher risks of heart disease than people who have fat elsewhere.

Caroline Fox, one of the researchers, says: "We show that an increase in the amount of stomach fat and a lower density fat is associated with worse heart disease risk factors, even after accounting for how much weight was gained."

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