Why Is It So Important To Lose Weight In Terms Of My Risk Of Developing Heart Disease?

Question: I Am A Bit Overweight And My Doctor Tells Me To Lose Weight. Why Is That So Important?

Answer: The importance of overweight is that it leads to chronic conditions down the road. Depends of course on how overweight one is, but the biggest risks are for developing hypertension, diabetes, coronary artery disease down the road.

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