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Johns Hopkins: "The Skinny on Visceral Fat."
Cleveland Clinic: "Tips for Losing Belly Fat," "Want to Lose the Belly Fat?"
Harvard Health Publishing: "Abdominal fat and what to do about it," "Deep Belly Fat May Weaken Your Bones," "Apple Cider Vinegar Diet: Does It Really Work?"
Mayo Clinic: "Examining the role of visceral fat in worsening inflammation, organ failure and reduced survival in patients with acute pancreatitis," "Triglycerides: Why Do They Matter?"
JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging: "Visceral Adiposity and the Risk of Metabolic Syndrome Across Body Mass Index.”
Frontiers in Physiology: Why Do Men Accumulate Abdominal Visceral Fat?"
Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy: "Visceral-to-subcutaneous fat ratio as a predictor of the multiple metabolic risk factors for subjects with normal waist circumference in Korea."
Rush University Medical Center: "Is There 'One Trick' to Losing Belly Fat?"
Journal of Functional Foods: "Effects of catechin-enriched green tea beverage on visceral fat loss in adults with a high proportion of visceral fat: A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial."
National Cancer Institute: Dictionary of Cancer Terms.
Mayo Clinic News Network: Mayo Clinic Minute: "Figuring out fish oil," "Belly fat in women: Taking -- and keeping -- it off."
Nutrients: "Effect of Fish Oil Supplementation on Hepatic and Visceral Fat in Overweight Men: A Randomized Controlled Trial."
Columbia University Irving Medical Center: "Study Finds Belly Fat is Associated with Poor Bone Quality."
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