|When I do a DEXA scan in my office clients wonder why it appears that a person gets thinner as they get older, past the age of 70. (See above)
You’ll notice on the Composition Reference Total Graph (above in purple) the trend for the entire population is a normal increase in body fat from ages 20-70, then a decrease in body fat.
|Q) Does a person really get thinner as they get older?
Q) Then why does the graph show that they do?
Thinner individuals remain (Which happens at every age) but statistically is proven by age 70.
Furthermore, it is not just a gender issue.
Sure more men die who are obese and men have a shorter life expectancy than women in general but it’s not a gender issue.
It’s where the fat is stored! In general, men have an android body fat distribution (they hold more fat around the mid-section). egy kinai bukmeker meggyilkolasa This visceral fat blocks and slows down endocrine (hormone) efficiency. tippmix.hu/mobil/sportfogadas
Women who hold more belly fat can also be at increased risk as well.
|Obesity is a problem:
The Health Effects of Overweight and Obesity
How do you begin to reverse Obesity?
1) The Right Exercise: How to get twice the results in ½ the time with exercise – cardio is fine, but strength training MUST be the focus.
2) The Right Diet:
3) Track your success with Accountability: