Are You Overfat?

You might not be obese or overweight, but you may be part of the 76 percent of the world’s population who are now being labeled “overfat” according to a recent report in Frontiers in Public Health. It’s a new term being used by doctors to describe patients that may have normal BMIs but have an excess of body fat around the abdominal region that could put them at higher risk for diabetes, stroke, cancer, heart disease and inflammation.

Dr. Christine Horner, natural health expert and author of the award-winning book, “Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty,” says 100,000 cancer cases are linked to an increase in body fat each year, in the United States alone, and at least 50 other illnesses have direct ties to carrying too much weight around your midsection. But fortunately, Dr. Horner says our bodies are highly responsive to even the smallest positive changes. In fact, research shows that even dropping 5 percent in body weight significantly reduces the risk of developing diseases like diabetes.

Dr. Horner will share with your audience four nutrients that are scientifically proven to specifically target belly fat and 5 positive quick-fix habits you should make now that take 15 minutes or less and can reduce inches off your waistline – All tips are part of her 30-day program outlined in her award-winning book, “Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty.”

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