Waist circumference predicts increased cardio-metabolic risk in normal weight adolescent males

Researchers in the USA have found that males with a normal BMI but have an elevated waist circumference have a higher cardio-metabolic risk. This study also identified waist circumference cut off pints that identify clustering of obesity related conditions.

For further information read abstract in International Journal of Pediatric Obesity.

 

Posted: 20/06/2011 14:31:39 by Christine Connolly


 

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