overfat

overfat

(ˌəʊvəˈfæt)
adj
having a higher proportion of fat in the body than is normal or healthy
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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.
Conversely, individuals can be overfat and not overweight, yet due to one's weight they perceive themselves as healthy.
2) In previous studies, abnormalities in body composition (sarcopenia, overfat, and sarcopenic obesity) were reported to be greater in patients with RA than controls.
6 Greenah Hall 198 Mechi PRIME EWES A poor show of ewes forward with overfat ewes hard to place.
The percentages of overfat and obese together were more in group I when compared with the group II students.
Poor iron status is not associated with overweight or overfat in non-obese pre-menopausal women.
1995) Exercise intensity does not effect body composition change in untrained, moderately overfat women.
It appears that when used to assess individual BF%, the BMI-equations could grossly misclassify those with healthy BF% as being overfat, or those who are actually overfat as healthy.
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.
an expression used to suggest that something can be done without any difficulty INTEXTICATED - to be distracted while writing or reading a text message on a mobile phone JACKLING - in rugby the winning of the ball, by the defender's team, after a tackle and before a ruck has formed SOCCER CITY - a large football stadium in South Africa, in the Soweto area of Johannesburg; headquarters of the South African Football Association HYPNODIET - a diet that uses hypnosis to change the dieter's attitude to food and eating OVERFAT - (of a person) having too much fat in the body BIGOTGATE, Cleggmania and advertising catchphrase "simples" may not have meant much to anyone a few short years ago.
four years later: "It is hard to tolerate an overfat woman; it is absolutely impossible to look at an obese man without a feeling of disgust, because if he were living the life of a normal, healthy man, he would not be fat.
Two-thirds are undernourished, overfed, underfit, and overfat.