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True or false: People of average or below-average weight are not at risk for heart disease. In the latest Mayo Clinic National Health Checkup, 4 of 5 adults recognized that is a false statement.
“People can be skinny but still fat in the inside,” says Mayo Clinic cardiologist Dr. Francisco Lopez-Jimenez. “Anywhere from 15 to 30 percent of people with normal weight might actually have a lot of fat.”
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Lopez-Jimenez explains a condition called normal-weight obesity that puts a thin-looking person at risk for the same health problems faced by someone who is obese.
To listen, click the link below.
Why skinny doesn't always mean heart-healthy
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