Beer Bellies Aren’t Healthy

beer bellyBelly bulge deadly even for normal weight

Men and women with the biggest waistlines have twice the risk of dying over a decade compared to those with the smallest tummies, the study found.
Surprisingly, bigger waists carry a greater risk of death even for people whose weight is “normal” by the body mass index, or BMI, a standard measure based on weight and height.

I’m over 40 and still don’t have a beer gut, although I’m out of shape – I need to walk the dog more.

So get exercising, fatso!

3 thoughts on “Beer Bellies Aren’t Healthy

  1. I should be dead about…….now…..my is a junkfood belly….actually when I was drinking I was in far better shape….perhaps I should start again….

  2. I have a gut. Nowhere close to Tommyboy territory, but it’s there. I’m going to try out the J-Walk diet of eating only half of what I would normally eat and see if I can lose my gut by the time I go Cuba this winter. Then all I have to do is wax off all my body hair and I go swimming without a shirt.

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