Weight Loss: Centripetal Obesity

Dr. Ricardo Castrellon, Director of South Miami Hospital’s Burn Center, explains the body will tend to have the preservation of the centripetal obesity and fat patterns into the belly and torso, which makes weight loss more difficult.

He also says centripetal obesity is associated with higher risk factors of cardiac arrest and diabetes. He points out obesity puts people at higher risks for other complications.

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