6 Dangers Of Belly Fat That Doctors Warn Us About

We all have a little bit of fat we can pinch around the belly. It’s the hardest to get rid of. Binge eating and lack of exercise can make you pack some extra pounds around the middle. But those love handles can actually be hiding a lot of health hazards.

In today's video let's discuss the dangers of belly fat. Can it cause diabetes? What about heart diseases? Does it put you at risk of cancer? We are discussing all this and more…

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Intro – 0:00
1. Sleep apnea – 00:23
2. Risk of Alzheimer's and stroke – 01:54
3. Heart disease and blood pressure – 03:05
4. Increases risk of diabetes – 04:35
5. Increases the risk of metabolic syndrome – 05:53
6. Increases the risk of cancer – 06:18


1. Sleep apnea
Almost 22 million people in the US suffer from sleep apnea and the reason could be their bulging bellies.

2. Risk of Alzheimer's and stroke
Alzheimer's can be a nightmare not only for the patient but the entire family. Research is still trying to find a way to stop it after it sets in. That means intervention from an early age is the only way to delay or prevent it.

3. Heart disease and blood pressure
The first cause of death in Americans is heart disease. You might expect to see some changes in your body as a part of aging. As you advance to middle age more and more fat starts to deposit in the midsection of the body.

4. Increases risk of diabetes
Belly fat can get in the way of daily movement like bending over to tie laces. That roll of fat on your tummy is actually the biggest culprit for bad health and is loaded with inflammatory compounds.

5. Increases the risk of metabolic syndrome
This is a life-threatening condition directly linked to a larger waist. It can be caused by high levels of sugar, triglycerides, cholesterol, and blood pressure.

6. Increases the risk of cancer
People with an apple-shaped body type might actually be healthier than those with a pear-shaped body. The incidence of abdominal fat is higher in women than men, which puts them at higher risk for a few cancers like breast and cervical. Man can also be at higher risk of colon or rectal cancer.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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