A little extra padding around the hips and thighs may be a good thing, at least if you’re of normal weight. And just because you’re lean, it doesn’t mean you’re healthy.
A new analysis suggests that lean people who tend to carry fat in their hips and thighs may be at lower risk of heart disease and diabetes than those who tend to carry fat elsewhere in their body.
The researchers hypothesize that problems with the way lean people store fat in their lower body could play an important role in their risk of metabolic diseases, such as heart disease and diabetes.
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