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Fatty liver and abdominal obesity independently linked to snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods: Study

Fatty liver and abdominal obesity are independently linked to snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods. Obesity is a growing problem, according to the World Health Organization, with over 200 million men and nearly 300 million women being obese worldwide. Lead … The post Fatty liver and abdominal obesity independently linked to snacking on high-fat and high-sugar foods: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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