overfat

overfat

(ˌəʊvəˈfæt)
adj
having a higher proportion of fat in the body than is normal or healthy
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But though he firmly believed himself to be King of Naples and pitied the grief felt by the subjects he was abandoning, latterly, after he had been ordered to return to military service- and especially since his last interview with Napoleon in Danzig, when his august brother-in-law had told him: "I made you King that you should reign in my way, but not in yours!"- he had cheerfully taken up his familiar business, and- like a well-fed but not overfat horse that feels himself in harness and grows skittish between the shafts- he dressed up in clothes as variegated and expensive as possible, and gaily and contentedly galloped along the roads of Poland, without himself knowing why or whither.
Diet, Exercise or Diet With Exercise: Comparing the Effectiveness of Treatment Options for Weight-Loss and Changes in Fitness for Adults (18-65 Years Old) Who are Overfat, or Obese: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
The role of resistance training for treatment of obesity related health issues and for changing health status of the individual who is overfat or obese: A review.
Body mass index is a user-friendly tool; however, BMI can be deceiving because some individuals can be overweight, yet not overfat, due to muscle mass (Gallager et al., 2000; Coleman & Loprinzi, 2016).
(2) In previous studies, abnormalities in body composition (sarcopenia, overfat, and sarcopenic obesity) were reported to be greater in patients with RA than controls.
Conversely, another study identified significantly higher SBP and MAP among those overfat D allele carrier subjects, compared to the normal fat D allele carriers and normal fat II subjects [26].
Julia, "Tumour necrosis factor-a and risk of cardiovascular disease among overfat Indonesian adolescents," Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, vol.
The percentages of overfat and obese together were more in group I when compared with the group II students.
Body fat in the abdominal area is associated with many problems even when people are 'overfat', but not obese by weight criteria.
(1995) Exercise intensity does not effect body composition change in untrained, moderately overfat women.
"When cells get overfat, some scientists call them 'angry fat' because they release inflammatory proteins," explains Sheri Colberg, professor of human movement sciences at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.