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If you are like so many people, then you probably believe you have belly fat to lose. Even if you are not necessarily overweight, there is a good chance you have some extra fat gathered around your abdominal area. And central obesity or “belly fat” is one of the factors present in people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. How much effort you will need to lose your belly fat will depend on how much you have in the first place. Sounds simple enough! The issue, however, is many of us tend to underestimate how much fat we have around our waist.Why Vitamin D Is Important For Your Health And Weight Loss
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