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Our entire nation needs to become “metabolically fit”

Barbara Abrams, professor of public health | November 4, 2009

Although there is an enormous body of epidemiological studies that link obesity with poor health, a 2009 review by Wildman* concluded that a third of obese people have normal levels of metabolic markers that would suggest no increased risk of heart disease.  This field of study is in its infancy, and we don’t know why, … Continue reading »