Six reasons why we gain belly fat over our lifetime

Belly fat is a problem for many people, both young and old. Unfortunately, many people are more inclined (by their genetic makeup) to put on belly fat, rather than lower body fat. We need to take the genetic aspect of the fat gain equation into this. It’s not only a matter of diet, lifestyle and hormones that play a part.

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