Pretty much this illustration shows the difference of a woman in an Type II obese woman and a typical woman. Notice the accumulation of of the yellow substance around the midsection of the body? That is fat! This is actually expected even without bringing these women on scans.
But what my concern is the inflammation of the internal organs compared to the healthy one. The more inflamed they are, the more toxic level of waste are stored in the gastrointestinal tract. Also, there’s a buildup of dangerous fat in the perennials. The heart is enlarged 30% compared to the normal one. You would notice the buckling of the knee joints and the lower limbs that may cause difficulty in walking.
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