Social Stress and Stomach Fat

A study in the journal Obesity examined subordinate monkeys who were often excluded from group activities, such as grooming. These monkeys were fed a Western diet containing fat and cholesterol. The monkeys excluded from group activities stored more fat in the abdomen and also built up more plaque in blood vessels, which leads to heart disease. The same could be true about people. Carol Shively, the lead researcher, suggests a healthy diet, exercise, and good stress-reduction techniques to combat the fat., Wednesday, August 5, 2009
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