Waistlines in British women larger than recommended
More than half of British women have waists that are larger than the recommended healthy size, experts say. Researchers from the charity Nuffield Health say overweight women risk an increased chance of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, infertility and cancer. The researchers found the average waist measurement for women is 84.9cm (33.43in), compared with the healthy size of 80cm (31.49in). Nuffield Health's Dr Davina Deniszczyc said it was a "worrying problem."
Dr Deniszczyc, professional head of physicians and diagnostics at Nuffield Health, said: "Fat being stored around the waist can contribute to significant health issues, such as breast cancer and infertility."
Though Dr Deniszczyc has not mentioned that this type of behaviour in the body was outlined in Dr Simeons weight loss protocol in the 1950's. Dr simons believed that weight is stored in certain part of the body indicates that this person has a metabolic disorder.This metabolic disorder can be nulified once put through a weightloss protcol involving HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin).
sourced form BBC