The Thin Stay Thin While The Fat Are Getting Fatter!

The average weight among people who are overweight or obese has increased dramatically in the last 10 years.But among those who are thin there has been little change – Cancer Research UK scientists announce recently.

Almost 12,000 men and women had their weight and waist measurements taken in 1993/4.

Researchers then compared these statistics with weight and waist measurements in a similar sample taken from the Health Survey for England 10 years later.

Thin Stay Thin

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Latest researches have proved that the person who is thin stay thin throughout their life, where as the person who is fat getting fatter. That means the experts observed that slimmer adults are almost slim after 10 years where as the heaviest people became much heavier after 10 years.

These inequalities are mostly seen on the people who are under 45. People who are fat are not taking interest or compromising in performing exercises that help to burn more calories due to the difficulties they face while performing those exercises with their huge bodies.

People who are thin will be active enough than the fat people and they can spend much time on performing exercise because their thin body promotes or encourages to perform exercise.

Fat people must follow proper diet in order to reduce their weight by following certain principles such as eating healthy snack, performing cardiovascular workouts or aerobic exercises daily, and taking mini meals instead of heavy meal at a time, etc.

Thin people are maintaining their diet principles and exercises regularly where as fat people are taking breaks in their diet.

Research made by Medical Research Council have found that people who are in the early middle age seem to put on more weight quickly than people slightly older. But the waistlines of the older group appear to grow more quickly.

The research has been carried out in a nine year old study on 1044 people who are aged from 39 to 59, in the year 1991. The height, weight and circumference of each participant were measured in the years 1991, 1995 and 2000 to find out the changes in body mass index overtime.

Only 20% of people (one in five) maintained the stable weight where as 17% of people gained 5kg weight and 42% of the participants put on 10kgs.

Therefore, fat people must follow proper exercise regimen and healthy diet in order to drop their extra pounds and live healthy life.