‘Fat but Fit’ Are at an Increased Risk of Heart Disease

In some circles, it’s hip to claim that you can be fat and fit at the same time. But a growing body of evidence suggests that “fat but fit” is nothing but a myth. According to researchers at Imperial College London, being overweight or obese increases your risk of coronary heart disease by 28 percent, even if other risk factors — blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels — are normal. The study followed more than 7,600 people over 12 years, leading...

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