Not everything is true!

Being overweight could save your life. Yes, although it sounds implausible, people who have a BMI of 25 to 30 have a greater survival advantage after a heart attack or surgery, unlike those with a lower weight, so suggests Keri Gans, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association.

In addition, a study published in the Jornal of the American Medical Association points out that having a few extra kilos could decrease the chances of dying liver causes or to present Alzheimer's But nevertheless, What other myths are there?

 

Not everything is true!

Obesity has many aspects, and sometimes they are unknown. Here some myths about obesity.

1. It is not always good to lose weight. Especially if you opt for "fast" diets, as these cause the heart to be altered and the metabolism to slow down. The best is a healthy program through which you lose half a kilo per week.

2. Being thin is not always synonymous with health. The expert Ruth Loos, of the Medical Research Council in Great Britain, It indicates that thin people with a specific genetic variation have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes and heart disease despite the low body fat they had. The key is in the type of fat that accumulates.

3. Obesity is caused only by an excess in food . False. This is also related to genetic and environmental causes. Lifestyle has a significant influence on weight, affirms the Mexican Society of Nutrition and Endocrinology.

4. Not all fat is the same. The people that they accumulate fat In the lower part of the body (buttocks and hips) are less susceptible to develop health problems, unlike those who accumulate these fat cells in the abdomen and waist.

This does not mean that being overweight is the most appropriate. Ideally, maintain a healthy weight, this through a balanced diet and a regular physical routine.


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