The bad belly fat

By Jennifer Bowden In Nutrition

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10th March, 2012
Question: My partner wants to get his weight down to a healthy level. He’s approaching 40, 1.9m and about 116kg. He has slim legs but carries weight around his stomach. He often complains of swollen feet and ankles, and his blood pressure is on the high side of normal. Would you suggest we contact a nutritionist? Answer: If we want to live a long, happy life, then we need to recognise sooner rather than later that “prevention is better than cure”, a point aptly made about 500 years ago by Catholic priest Desiderius Erasmus. Your ...

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