When you get older, it often becomes harder to eat as you once did without packing on extra weight. Most of these pounds will collect in your midsection as you get older. A bigger waistline leads to increased risks of troubling health concerns like diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Why does this happen? The main culprit is metabolism, which slows as we age. The process inspires a loss of lean muscle and an increase in abdominal fat. There are steps you can take to curb these disadvantages of a...
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