Is 'Overfat' the New Obesity?

Body mass index (BMI), a formula that divides your weight by the square of your height, is one of the most commonly used measures of overweight, obesity and overall health. A recent CNN report discussed its shortcomings and large number of people who fall through the cracks of the overly simplified classifications of the BMI.  Overfat describes an individual whose weight falls within the normal range on the body mass index (BMI) scale but has a dangerous level of body fat. The typical...

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