YOUR BODY SHAPE REVEALS HOW HEALTHY YOU ARE
Several characteristics as body shape or waist circumference, leg and arm length may be important factors for many diseases. Take a look at what is revealed about your health:
According to a study published by the Canadian Journal of Medical Association, women with bra size D are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes in their twenties than women who have a type of smaller breasts. This is because the fat tissue in breasts is more sensitive to hormones. Furthermore, it affects insulin resistance. Healthy, balanced diet, and regular exercise are key aspects of the treatment of diabetes.
Length and shape of legs
People with shorter legs may have liver problems, according to British experts. Namely, they found that women with leg length of 50 to 73 cm had an increased number of liver enzymes, which could eventually lead to liver disease. Therefore, you should avoid alcohol and other toxins as well.
Women with a shorter index finger than ring finger are at twice the risk of developing osteoarthritis in the old age. In men, the size of these two fingers is no different. However, in women, this may indicate a decrease in estrogen levels. That lowers the risk of bone diseases. In order to prevent the occurrence of the above disease, you need to exercise regularly and regulate your intake of calcium.
Everything has to do with how and where you store fat. People with apple-shape tend to accumulate more fat in the upper body, especially around the waist. Those with a pear shape store fat in their hips, buttocks and legs. And bananas have their fat distributed evenly throughout the body. By knowing how your body ordered those fats you can understand what health risks you might face.