As expected, a marginally increased waist
circumference didn't confer significantly in creased risk of hypertension in obese subjects; it's known that waist
circumference has a diminished ability to independently predict cardiovascular risk factors and morbidity in obese individuals.
The durable polyester pouch provided on the belt protects the highly visible and brightly coloured bladder, which has been heat welded to enhance the leak-proof integrity of the product The Marlin Waist
Belt also has a manual rip cord-activated CO2 inflation system with an oral inflation valve for backup or topping up.
Even more telling, the waist
size/lung health link persisted whether participants were normal weight, overweight or obese.
Rameses the Great couldn't resist referring to the subject around 1280BC on Queen Nefertari's tomb, writing: "Her buttocks are full, but her waist
Celebs who already boast a perfect hourglass figure - such as Christina Aguilera - use belts to show off their tiny waists
and larger busts.
The greater the parietal response, the more waist
shrinkage the individual reported.
And with an average waist
size of 83cm, that means that the majority of Welsh women are at risk.
David Richardson of Low Fell is 18, 5ft 10in and has a 30in waist
If you use your abs to press your waist
to the floor, you will also be strengthening your abdomen.
Although we made some such measurements, they were not included in our article because their association with serum ferritin concentration had not been as extensively studied as that of the waist
to hips ratio.
A new study by the Finnish public health institute and Turku University has shown that stress and hormonal changes can cause fat to accumulate around the waist
Said researcher Vincent Carey, "As you allow your waist
to grow even a little bigger, your risk increases.
Ten pounds at waist
height close to the body is equal to 100 pounds in force on the back when arms are extended away from the body.