Smart Choices: Are You Shaped Like an Apple or a Pear?

Elizabeth S. Reames  |  12/6/2011 9:45:49 PM

Research continues to indicate it’s better to be shaped like a pear than an apple. Fat pattern seems to be more important than the degree of fatness. Use this factsheet to help you determine your risk factors. (PDF format only)
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