Are You Building Up Toxic Weight Around Your Waist?

Gotthardt, Melissa
July 2000
Glamour;Jul2000, Vol. 98 Issue 7, p32
Focuses on the claim of the book `Fight Fat After Forty,' by Pamela Peeke, that stress causes weight buildup around the waist. Mechanism of action of cortisol, a stress hormone; Counterargument on the claim; Tips for reducing fat around the abdominal region.


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