Looking thin on the outside does not mean you are not storing fat on the inside - We have seen a lot of members who look thin but whose fat percentage is quite high. These women have the same health risk as a fat person. Being thin is not a ticket to eat whatever you want and not exercise - Thin people can get heart disease and diabetes just like the rest of us if they don't treat their bodies right. Being overweight does not necessarily mean you are not fit - Being fit means having endurance and strength. It means having the fitness to do enduring physical activity and enjoying it. Being overweight could mean more muscle mass and not always excess fat in the body. Being too skinny can be just as dangerous as being too heavy - Being too thin is associated with risks like low muscle mass, low immunity, anaemia, osteoporosis, hair loss, and irregular periods. On A Final Note... Attempting to lose your weight instead of losing fat can have various negative effects on your body. Crash … [Read more...] about Weight Loss Vs Fat Loss: Which is Healthy For You?
5. Reduces the chances of cancer Increased sun exposure is said to elevate the risk of skin cancer; however, studies have also shown that a moderate amount of sun exposure can be good for your health too. According to research studies, people who live in places where there is a little amount of sunlight are more likely to get cancer compared to those who live in sunny areas  . These include prostate, pancreatic, ovarian and colon cancer. … [Read more...] about 12 Health Benefits Of Sunlight & Sun Exposure, Side Effects And Safety Tips
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