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CTDL 195: Sir Mix-A-Lot as Medical advisor

I’m not sure what the volume is around my organs, but I should be nigh immune to developing diabetes based on the size of my pants.

Subcutaneous fat often collects on the buttocks and legs. Body fat found under the skin – and particularly on the buttocks – may help reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, research suggests.
The study contrasts this subcutaneous fat with visceral fat, which is wrapped around the organs, and raises the risk of ill health.

[From BBC NEWS | Health | Type of body fat 'boosts health']

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