A study in the journal Metabolism found the transition from metabolically healthy obesity to metabolically unhealthy obesity raises cardiovascular risk in adults when compared with people who are metabolically healthy and at normal weight. Researchers said primary prevention strategies and vigilance are needed for people with metabolically healthy obesity to prevent the progression to metabolic syndrome and a higher cardiovascular disease risk.
Progression to metabolically unhealthy obesity raises CV risks
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