Diet, exercise, smoking influence deep belly fat

03/23/2009 | Reuters

A study of almost 3,000 middle-age adults found those who ate a healthy diet and exercised regularly had less abdominal fat, especially unhealthy layers of deep belly fat. Researchers also found smokers had more visceral fat than nonsmokers and alcohol intake contributed to higher levels of deep belly fat in men.

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