Body-mass-index is good not for the assessment of disease threats Leipzig 23.03.2010 – people who apply to parent – or underweight due to this classification of BMI should rather find the death diseases. These are high-risk patients who need medical assistance or help with diet programs! Can be actually with a people’s health the BMI (which that is divided from the weight by the height in meters squared)? Lead investigator Harald Schneider “(Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat, Munich) said that BMI plays no role for heart attack, stroke or death risk of people. This measure was not suitable as a predictor of disease risk, which is linked with obesity (Journal of clinical endocrinology & metabolism). Earlier studies have shown that obese with a BMI between 25 and 30 live longer than normal. A BMI over 35 would only shorten the life time. For the current study evaluated data around 10,000 participants over a period of four to eight and a half years. The visceral fat that accumulates in greatly obese people in the abdominal cavity by surrounding the viscera, is, however, actually unhealthy.
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