Bad news for men with ‘dad bods’: People with big BELLIES are more likely to develop heart disease – regardless of their BMI, study warns

People with big bellies – including men with ‘dad bods’ and women with ‘muffin tops’ – are more likely to develop heart disease, regardless of their BMI, a new study has warned.

US researchers analysed previous research on managing and treating obesity, particularly abdominal obesity.

They found that people with excess fat around the body’s mid-section have an increased risk of heart disease, even if they are within a healthy weight range.

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