SWAN Investigator, Dr. Gail Greendale, Featured in New York Times

Jan 14, 2022

Why Do Women Gain Belly Fat in Midlife?

The New York Times released a health article entitled,

“Why Do Women Gain Belly Fat in Midlife? And is there any way to target it through diet or exercise?”

In this article, Dr. Gail Greendale adds essential input regarding women storing fat more in their midsections around menopause rather than in their thighs and hips. Moderate exercise and healthy diets can help protect women against diabetes and heart disease (conditions linked to increased abdominal fat).

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