Is it better to be overweight?

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    Is it better to be overweight?


    Should you be overweight, normal, or obese to live longer? This was the subject of a recent study that created quite a lot of stir among researchers and the media. Check the article please

    Is it better to be overweight?

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    Nice post dude. According to me it is important to stay healthy and also essential for healthy life. I think that if you want to reduce your weight then must follow a diet plan and also do some exercise daily. During exercise, cycling and swimming are the most effective exercise.Bloom Beauty Boutique33 Hollywell Road Biggera Waters QLD 4216 AustraliaPhone : +61 7 5563 9900bloombeautyboutique.com.au Bloom Beauty Boutique where you can evolve and bloom with confidence. Our expert team of therapists will provide you with a professional experience leaving you feeling nourished and pampered.Bloom Beauty Boutique
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    Well in my opinion it is not good to be over weight because there are many side effects of being a over weight. In my opinion our weight should be less and we should maintain it with doing exercise daily.
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