2 edition of Fatness, figures and fitness found in the catalog.
Fatness, figures and fitness
1967 by Thorsons .
Written in English
Originally published, O.Smithells, 1963.
|Series||Health and harmony series;no.1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Therefore, rather than focusing on weight in secondary prevention, we believe that the "weight" of evidence currently suggests that fitness is more important than fatness (8) and that efforts to.
Focus on Fitness, Not Fatness. Critics and experts challenge the goal of thinness as unrealistic and unnecessary; they say fitness is better for health in the long : Daniel J. Denoon. Indeed, as one team of specialists put it in JAMA, “Low cardio-respiratory fitness may pose a greater risk to health than obesity.”The team, headed by Ann Blair Kennedy of .