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Busting the Myth: Fat but Fit


September 19, 2014

Over the past few years there has been quite a bit of talk about metabolically healthy obesity. It's basically a claim that says a person can be "fat but fit" because they haven't developed metabolic syndrome or type 2 diabetes.

If you're overweight, this sounds like a great concept. But it's also very misleading.

You see, for some reason, the 10 to 25% of obese individuals who fall into this category don't develop insulin resistance. So, they're considered to be metabolically healthy at that time, on that set of metrics, measuring blood sugar/insulin resistance and lipid levels.

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